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Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011
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Improving Participation in Social Learning - DevLearn, 2011

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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. …

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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  • 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. Sam Glucksberg Karl Duncker
  • 3. Think outside the box
  • 4. What use is a paperclip?
  • 5. Case Study: USD Experiment Results
  • 6. Deci & Ryan Autonomy Competence Relatedness Self Determination Theory
  • 7. Autonomy
  • 8. Competence
  • 9. Relatedness
  • 10. Dan Pink comes along… Autonomy Mastery Purpose
  • 11. Social is not an option…
  • 12. Welcome to Curatr…
  • 13. Viewing an Object
  • 14. Viewing an Object
  • 15. Level Objectives…
  • 16. A Social Response Question
  • 17. Peer Curation
  • 18. Curatr in action…
  • 19. About the course
  • 20. Online Learning at USD
  • 21. Our Curatr classroom (end of course)
  • 22. Contributing back…
  • 23. Viewing a students objects
  • 24. Student created guide…
  • 25. Playercards
  • 26. Results… 2 days to create 18 hours average student seat time 437 student comments 298 student added objects
  • 27. Surveying Participants
  • 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. 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. 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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