Improving participation in social learning A client case study Ben Betts CEO & Research Engineer HT2 and Warwick Universit...
Sam Glucksberg Karl Duncker
Think outside the box
What use is a paperclip?
Case Study: USD Experiment Results
Deci & Ryan Autonomy Competence Relatedness Self Determination Theory
Autonomy
Competence
Relatedness
Dan Pink comes along… Autonomy Mastery Purpose
Social is not an option…
Welcome to Curatr…
Viewing an Object
Viewing an Object
Level Objectives…
A Social Response Question
Peer Curation
Curatr in action…
About the course
Online Learning at USD
Our Curatr classroom (end of course)
Contributing back…
Viewing a students objects
Student created guide…
Playercards
Results… 2 days to create 18 hours average student  seat time 437 student comments 298 student added objects
Surveying Participants
Feedback “ I need to level up and get back in the top 5!” “ A lot of self learning takes place and is up to everyone's per...
In Conclusion Extrinsic Motivators aren’t going to work for this… Try Self Determination Theory Autonomy, Competence, Rela...
Come see us on Table 7 at DemoFest! Ben Betts www.ht2.co.uk [email_address] +44 (0)1865 873 862 +44 (0)7863 563 702 Dr. Si...
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Ben Betts and Prof. Simon Croom gave this presentation in their session, Improving Participation in Social Learning, at DevLearn 2011 in Las Vegas.

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Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011

  1. 1. Improving participation in social learning A client case study Ben Betts CEO & Research Engineer HT2 and Warwick University Dr. Simon Croom Professor & Academic Director University of San Diego
  2. 2. Sam Glucksberg Karl Duncker
  3. 3. Think outside the box
  4. 4. What use is a paperclip?
  5. 5. Case Study: USD Experiment Results
  6. 6. Deci & Ryan Autonomy Competence Relatedness Self Determination Theory
  7. 7. Autonomy
  8. 8. Competence
  9. 9. Relatedness
  10. 10. Dan Pink comes along… Autonomy Mastery Purpose
  11. 11. Social is not an option…
  12. 12. Welcome to Curatr…
  13. 13. Viewing an Object
  14. 14. Viewing an Object
  15. 15. Level Objectives…
  16. 16. A Social Response Question
  17. 17. Peer Curation
  18. 18. Curatr in action…
  19. 19. About the course
  20. 20. Online Learning at USD
  21. 21. Our Curatr classroom (end of course)
  22. 22. Contributing back…
  23. 23. Viewing a students objects
  24. 24. Student created guide…
  25. 25. Playercards
  26. 26. Results… 2 days to create 18 hours average student seat time 437 student comments 298 student added objects
  27. 27. Surveying Participants
  28. 28. Feedback “ I need to level up and get back in the top 5!” “ A lot of self learning takes place and is up to everyone's personal desire and involvement to make more or less use of Curatr.” “ I think it was a great way to gain information from your peers that you would not typically receive. It also had a wide variety of information not just one area.” “ This tool definitely grabs users because it is different from the norm.” More than 90% would recommend the approach back to their organisation.
  29. 29. In Conclusion Extrinsic Motivators aren’t going to work for this… Try Self Determination Theory Autonomy, Competence, Relatedness Gamification can work wonders Social is not an option
  30. 30. Come see us on Table 7 at DemoFest! Ben Betts www.ht2.co.uk [email_address] +44 (0)1865 873 862 +44 (0)7863 563 702 Dr. Simon Croom http:// www.sandiego.edu [email_address]

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