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Open BadgesWorkshop
11.00 WelcomeWhat are Open Badges?Badges in action - Case Study ExampleIntroducing the Makewaves Badge System12.30 LunchAc...
Makewaves is aleading safe sociallearning platformWhether posting photosvia the App, submitting avideo competition entryto...
Digital media + learning competitionwinners
What areOpen Badges?
Mozilla OpenBadgeInfrastructureOpendbadges.org
DISPLAY SIT ESpersonal web sitesocial networkingprofilesWordPress / Tumblrjob sites
Example student profile
What do young people think?
Badges inAction – S2RMedals
Introducing S2R Medalsmakewav.es/s2rmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
Supporter toReporter (S2R)Young people developskills and confidencethrough sports reportingmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
Safely share reports online and connectwith young people around the worldmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
Work with DigitalMe to shape and refine the programme andsystemsPromote badging throughout Radiowaves communityLink commun...
Work with DigitalMe to shape and refine the programme andsystemsPromote badging throughout Radiowaves communityLink commun...
Design day with students and teachers
Identify the SKILLS required toachieve S2R MedalsDecide what EVIDENCE isrequired and how this ASSESSEDExplore PRACTICAL wa...
3 sets Journalist, Producer& Coach. Students learnskills, apply them and passthem on to others3 levels in each set: Bronze...
Smaller markers ofachievement whichinspire, motivate andincentivise students toearn Open BadgesThese badges only havevalue...
Bronze CriteriaStudents create three sports reports of acceptable qualityaccepted into the S2R Medals channel. They need t...
Silver CriteriaDemonstrate research and interview skills and promote & connect with audience online.Skills• Conduct a prof...
S2R MedalsEcosystemmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
S2R Program is availableFREE to schools & clubsworldwide!makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
Low level S2R Medalsand Makewaves Badgesare automaticallyawardedTeachers and Peers canaward higher levelbadges once skills...
makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
Easy to use Framework and Resourcesfor Teachersmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
S2R Medal Achievements“Woohoo I have a lot of makewaves badgesnow :) I am really proud of myself and if youwant some makew...
Start earning badges today atmakewav.es/s2r makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
The MakewavesBadge System
Makewaves is aleading safe sociallearning platformWhether posting photosvia the App, submitting avideo competition entryto...
Create multimediablogs and reportsGet work selected& featured Give and receivefeedbackComplete offlinechallengesStudent Pr...
Student creates storySubmit story to TeacherStory checked by teacherStory receives 100 viewsStudent receives ‘100 Viewsach...
Any Questions?
LUNCH!
11.00 WelcomeWhat are Open Badges?Badges in action - Case Study ExampleIntroducing the Makewaves Badge System12.30 LunchAc...
Your Badge• What is it called?• What skills does it represent?• What behaviour does it represent?• How it is awarded?
Audience• Who is your badge for?• Who endorses it?• How do people find out about it?• Where do they earn and display it?
Value• Why bother getting the badge?• What opportunities does it unlock?• How is it relevant to the user?
Sustainability• What’s needed to scale?• What support will people need?• How are you going to make money?
Share!
How we canhelp...
Platform• Established, Safe Platform• OBI Badge system integrated• Global audience• Mobile App
Program• DML Badge Expertise• Live international badge projects• Established partnerships & EUexperience• Sustain and Scale
Thanks!
Say Hello!Lucy Nealelucy.neale@digitalme.co.uk@lucydmedigitalme.co.ukCliff Manningcliff.manning@makewav.es@cliffmanningmak...
Open badge design day general
Open badge design day general
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Open badge design day general
Open badge design day general
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  • Digitalme – new directions in learning. DigitalMe is a not for profit which creates learning programmes which support the development of young people’s 21st century skills through project based learning programmes which use social media –give young people a role and context for their learning. learning which is real-life, makes use of current and emerging technologies and develops learning and social skills.DigitalMe provides:A comprehensive digital learning and rewards programme for children, teachers and parentsSupport to organisations to deliver these programmes locallySafe, My World
  • Overview of how the site works and how schools and young people use itSafety features – moderated, approved users, reporting toolsApp and APIPromote positive activities using social mediaOver 3000 Schools and Groups worldwide50,000 young people sharing media stories and connecting online
  • Hand over to these guys, know more than me, they have been testing, give them a big welcome….
  • They can be displayed anywhere are across the web
  • S2R -Supporter to Reporter gives young people skills and confidence through sports reporting. By working for real as reporters at sports events they learn communication skills, teamwork, resiliance, media skills, interview and research skills and how to meet deadlines.. They create reports using video, audio, text and images, and publish them all for the world to see on the safe social network Makewaves. They hone their journalist skills in school or as part of a project and then put their skills to the test at a live sports event.S2R Aims ToGive young people confidence, higher aspirations, communication skills and a broader outlook on lifeEquip young people for the world of work, in particular by giving them media literacy skills that are in demand across industry: social media; digital production of audio, video and images, blogging, interviewing, writing and reportingHelp young people gain transferable life skills: teamwork, meeting deadlines, discipline, handling pressure, creativity, resilience, empathy, critical thinking and rising to a challenge!Provide world of work experiences like the Olympics
  • How does it work? Online channel, access tutorials and support, share reports and connect with experts and other reporters. Access national opportunities and activities.
  • Great project, lots of traction – main challenge has always been no easy way to formally recognise skills within existing qualificationsOpen badges provide us with a way to reward these skills, especially the ‘softer’ workplace skills. Allows us to build value into the programme for teachers and pupils and provide motivation for young people to proactively gain skillsoutside of formalities of current education system. Peer assessment
  • Great project, lots of traction – main challenge has always been no easy way to formally recognise skills within existing qualificationsOpen badges provide us with a way to reward these skills, especially the ‘softer’ workplace skills. Allows us to build value into the programme for teachers and pupils and provide motivation for young people to proactively gain skillsoutside of formalities of current education system. Peer assessment
  • Main feedback:Students:Want value built in, whats in it for me? Value comes from recognition from employers/uni Nervous about posting on facebook. Want to keep ‘professional’ and ‘private’ spaces seperate- value feedback from teachers – only way peer assessment would work is if the peers were qualified in some way- like the potential of badges and the opportunitity they offerTeachers:- very enthusiastic and can see the application straight away – real need to develop employability skills- also concerned about national recognition but also see how they can build value at a school or local level to create a value ‘ecosystem’ within school or local employers- opportunities for encouraging the pupils to work independantly is good- doesnt matter that it isnt mapped to curriculum – easy to link to existing frameworks in an our of school
  • 3 sets – skillmastery, apply in real world setting, teach someone else. Online / offline. Main domains of learning: Media creation and social media Skills, Presentation/communication skills, teamworking & leadership skillsWhat is the criteria? Give examples of skills learnt at each stage, use of different types of media/try out different roles.These are our ‘big’ badgesMedals will be awarded for a combination of quantative activity and other qualitative activity that will be assessed by other young coaches or practitioners.Easy, automatic entry level at bronze journalist but later levels need to be assessed by a human to recognise the true skills developmentThis process ensure the top levels cannot be gamed and builds in scarcity by requiring significant real world activity to achieve themThe mentoring aspect of the coach medal also ensures those who do achieve the top medals are supporting others to achieve lower medals – this helps build the community and increases the overall capacity of the project to scale up globally.
  • Small badges -Community achievements add a ‘gaming’ element and encourage young people to work toward their OBI ‘big’ badges. These help encourage a community of contribution where young people are rewarded for commenting, liking and viewing others’ work – creates feedback loops and creates a culture of positive digital citizenship.Makewaves is available to under 13s so community achievements are a way for students who are unable to access open badges to still gain rewards for their work, and to build up a portfolio of work which can then be applied when they are old enough and translated in to medals or other Open badges. We think this is an important factor for the success of this programme and also helps build a larger feeder audience for badges lower down the school and helps gain teacher support right across the learning stages.
  • Program is interest driven. Certain requirements for each level.Gold Bronze is highest badge and this is where young people are managing S2R Network
  • How do the badges function?How are badges accessed & distributed?
  • Journalist displayed in a table – low, mid high level skill.What do you need to achieve to move on?What other evidence is needed to show these skills have been achieved?
  • Overview of how the site works and how schools and young people use itSafety features – moderated, approved users, reporting toolsApp and APIPromote positive activities using social mediaOver 3000 Schools and Groups worldwide50,000 young people sharing media stories and connecting online
  • Radiowaves is a safe social learning platform for 5 to 19 year olds. The system provides teachers with moderation tools allowing them to easily manage stduent content whilst allowing students freedom to create, connect and share safely.It is available for free to all schools globally and we currently support a community of around 50,000 users who have created over 60,000 multimedia reports and blogs. We work with a range of partners to deliver engaging learning projects such as WWF, Red Cross, Action Aid and of course DigitalMeThe challenge for us is mapping all the learning and skills in s2r to a system that can be automated to allow for huge scalability but also managed enough to ensure quality. We also have a unique challenge in that radiowaves is available to under 13s and so we need to provide a route for those users and a system to support teachers throughout.We have been involved in S2R since the start and provide a dedicated network to showcase students work and provide a platform to connect with a real audience.
  • This shows how we connect s2r activity like creating reports and attending offline activity on radiowaves through the community achievements to provide granular markers of activity and to reward smaller achievments.As radiowaves is available to under 13s younger users will still be able to gain a form of badges within the community and build up their portfolio for when they can access openbadgesWe will developer a displayer module too so that other Open Badges can be diplayed on students profile pages in Radiowaves
  • Transcript of "Open badge design day general"

    1. 1. Open BadgesWorkshop
    2. 2. 11.00 WelcomeWhat are Open Badges?Badges in action - Case Study ExampleIntroducing the Makewaves Badge System12.30 LunchActivity – Create a badge!Discussion and QuestionsNext Steps15.00 FinishPlan for the day...
    3. 3. Makewaves is aleading safe sociallearning platformWhether posting photosvia the App, submitting avideo competition entryto the WWF Channel orlive blogging from theOlympics, Makewavesprovides a fun, easy touse way to engagelearners worldwide.Makewaves homepage screenshot Oct 2012
    4. 4. Digital media + learning competitionwinners
    5. 5. What areOpen Badges?
    6. 6. Mozilla OpenBadgeInfrastructureOpendbadges.org
    7. 7. DISPLAY SIT ESpersonal web sitesocial networkingprofilesWordPress / Tumblrjob sites
    8. 8. Example student profile
    9. 9. What do young people think?
    10. 10. Badges inAction – S2RMedals
    11. 11. Introducing S2R Medalsmakewav.es/s2rmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    12. 12. Supporter toReporter (S2R)Young people developskills and confidencethrough sports reportingmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    13. 13. Safely share reports online and connectwith young people around the worldmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    14. 14. Work with DigitalMe to shape and refine the programme andsystemsPromote badging throughout Radiowaves communityLink community achievements to S2R Medals and create therequired management toolsCreate a .NET OBI integration library for public useEnhance API to allow others to create badges that integrateachievementsWhat we will doInterviewingMediaCreationResearchTeamworkCollaborationMeeting DeadlinesLeadershipPresentingEffective CommunicationPatienceWeb PublishingSafe Social NetworkingAspirationConfidencePlanningFilmingPeer CritiqueEditing
    15. 15. Work with DigitalMe to shape and refine the programme andsystemsPromote badging throughout Radiowaves communityLink community achievements to S2R Medals and create therequired management toolsCreate a .NET OBI integration library for public useEnhance API to allow others to create badges that integrateachievementsWhat we will doTranslating skills to badges
    16. 16. Design day with students and teachers
    17. 17. Identify the SKILLS required toachieve S2R MedalsDecide what EVIDENCE isrequired and how this ASSESSEDExplore PRACTICAL ways todeliver S2R Medal activityDiscuss the VALUE of medalsand how to increase it
    18. 18. 3 sets Journalist, Producer& Coach. Students learnskills, apply them and passthem on to others3 levels in each set: Bronze,Silver & GoldBadges are a combinationof Automatic, Teacher andPeer awardedS2R Medals are OpenBadges so can be sharedacross the webS2R Medalsmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    19. 19. Smaller markers ofachievement whichinspire, motivate andincentivise students toearn Open BadgesThese badges only havevalue within thecommunity and canunlock privilegesMakewavesAchievementsmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    20. 20. Bronze CriteriaStudents create three sports reports of acceptable qualityaccepted into the S2R Medals channel. They need to beabout sport, use appropriate language and contain text andimages/videos.Skills• able to create subject related media• motivated and technically able• Understands how to use at least one type of media• Can consistently create media stories of acceptablequality
    21. 21. Silver CriteriaDemonstrate research and interview skills and promote & connect with audience online.Skills• Conduct a professional interviews (body language, professionalism)• Appropriateness of questions (clear, relevant etc) Able to listen• Can research using the web (and offline channels) and demonstrate this• Can use appropriate language and tone and can present ideas confidently and clearly…..• Can promote to and engage with an audience online• Can reflect on own work and self-assess to a degree.• Understands how to use more than one type of media - Awareness of Copyright
    22. 22. S2R MedalsEcosystemmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    23. 23. S2R Program is availableFREE to schools & clubsworldwide!makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    24. 24. Low level S2R Medalsand Makewaves Badgesare automaticallyawardedTeachers and Peers canaward higher levelbadges once skills havebeen achievedTeachers will also be ableto create and award theirown badgesHow to get S2R Medalsmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    25. 25. makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    26. 26. Easy to use Framework and Resourcesfor Teachersmakewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    27. 27. S2R Medal Achievements“Woohoo I have a lot of makewaves badgesnow :) I am really proud of myself and if youwant some makewaves badges like me getmakewaving!” Supermario8 makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals1914124134746
    28. 28. Start earning badges today atmakewav.es/s2r makewav.es/s2r@_S2R#S2RMedals
    29. 29. The MakewavesBadge System
    30. 30. Makewaves is aleading safe sociallearning platformWhether posting photosvia the App, submitting avideo competition entryto the WWF Channel orlive blogging from theOlympics, Makewavesprovides a fun, easy touse way to engagelearners worldwide.Makewaves homepage screenshot Oct 2012
    31. 31. Create multimediablogs and reportsGet work selected& featured Give and receivefeedbackComplete offlinechallengesStudent ProfileOther OBI badges
    32. 32. Student creates storySubmit story to TeacherStory checked by teacherStory receives 100 viewsStudent receives ‘100 Viewsachievement’Inbox message & post in schoolnewsfeedAchievement shown onstudents pageStudent creates storySubmit story to S2R NetworkStory checked by S2RStudent receives ‘S2Rachievement’Achievement shown onstudents pageS2R Feature story on networkS2R award the featureachievement to studentAchievement shown onstudents pageWorkflow for achievementsAutomatic Semi - Automatic ManualInbox message & post in schoolnewsfeedInbox message & post in schoolnewsfeed
    33. 33. Any Questions?
    34. 34. LUNCH!
    35. 35. 11.00 WelcomeWhat are Open Badges?Badges in action - Case Study ExampleIntroducing the Makewaves Badge System12.30 LunchActivity – Create a badge!Discussion and QuestionsNext Steps15.00 FinishPlan for the day...
    36. 36. Your Badge• What is it called?• What skills does it represent?• What behaviour does it represent?• How it is awarded?
    37. 37. Audience• Who is your badge for?• Who endorses it?• How do people find out about it?• Where do they earn and display it?
    38. 38. Value• Why bother getting the badge?• What opportunities does it unlock?• How is it relevant to the user?
    39. 39. Sustainability• What’s needed to scale?• What support will people need?• How are you going to make money?
    40. 40. Share!
    41. 41. How we canhelp...
    42. 42. Platform• Established, Safe Platform• OBI Badge system integrated• Global audience• Mobile App
    43. 43. Program• DML Badge Expertise• Live international badge projects• Established partnerships & EUexperience• Sustain and Scale
    44. 44. Thanks!
    45. 45. Say Hello!Lucy Nealelucy.neale@digitalme.co.uk@lucydmedigitalme.co.ukCliff Manningcliff.manning@makewav.es@cliffmanningmakewav.es
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