This badge is awarded to students who have successfully completed the Digital Dig. Your facilitator or teacher will let you know when they feel you have fully become a true 'Chromebook Ninja.' Things you need to show include:
  • Knowing your shortcut keys.
  • Advanced searching skills within Drive and your browser.
  • Leadership and modelling for others.
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This badge is earned by continually modelling the Kawa of Care. Think about how you treat your chromebook. Do you ever have water near it? What about food? If you think you have modelled the care of chromebooks part of the Kawa of Care, talk to your teacher or facilitator and see if you are eligible for this badge.



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You are able to award yourself this badge after you have published your very first blog post to your student blog. Great job on getting your learning out onto the web. By downloading this badge and writing another post- you now have TWO!






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The Smart Learner: Blogging badge can be awarded when you have shown 10 posts that meet the 'Smart Blogger' criteria on this document. You will need to conference with your teacher or facilitator and discuss why you feel this is a badge you have earned.





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Wow! What a milestone. You will have achieved this badge if you have published 100 posts to your blog. There is no time limit or expiry on posts.







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You are able to award yourself this badge after you have published your very first comment post to another blog. You're on your way to becoming a pro-comment writer. Remember to screenshot your comment and collect it somewhere so you can work towards the connected commenter badge.





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The comments have come flooding in and now you've mastered the art of a structured reply. To earn this badge you need to write more than 'thanks'. Remember, you need write a structured reply, answering any questions asked and providing additional information. Answering a blog comment is the first step towards a new connection.




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Are you a connected commenter? To achieve this badge you need to have taken at least EIGHT screenshots of positive, thoughtful and helpful blog comments. To meet the criteria, they should include ALL of the following:
  • A personalised greeting and introduction showing who you are.
  • A positive statement about the learning.
  • A thoughtful statement that shows you have really read what has been written- perhaps a connection to your own experience.
  • A helpful question or hint offering advice on how to make the post better.
  • A sign-off with a link and invite to visit/comment on your blog.
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This is a self award badge. To earn this award, you need to show a well-constructed Digital Learning Object (DLO).


A DLO is a digital piece of work created with a device and

shows learning that has taken place…


  • The object should show the process of learning.

  • It could be a culmination of different tools brought together.

  • The audience should have been identified during the DLO creation.


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