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Griffith University Digital Badges

 
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Griffith Credentials are a suite of digital badges that visually represent achievements and allow students to easily manage, verify and share them online. Digital badges provide employers concrete evidence of what students have studied to earn them and what students are now capable of.

Students can earn a digital badge for a range of activities such as courses, awards, and co-curricular programs. These capabilities are referred to as employability skills—skills recognised by industry, professions and employers as making you 'work-ready'.

The following students have achieved their digital badges in the following subjects (Pictured L-R):

Year 12 Students

Ho-Se Kim - Linear Algebra
Dane Walker - Griffith Engineering 1000ENG

Year 11 Students

Rachel Liang - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Yea Jin Song - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Mingxuan Zhou - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Yun-Jwu Wang - Introduction to Forensic Psychology

We congratulate these students on their ongoing commitment to learning.

Ms Alita Blackmur
Deputy Principal

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Last reviewed 29 November 2019
Last updated 29 November 2019