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Badges: The "New Black" or Another "Black "Hole"

  1. 1. SLN  SOLsummit  2013   Badges  for  Learning:    The  “New  Black”  or  Another  “Black  Hole”     Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  
  2. 2. IntroducBon  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  3. 3. QuesBons????    @aderryberry      ??                #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  4. 4. QuesBon  #1   •  What  is  gamificaBon?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  5. 5. What  is  GamificaBon?   •  A  dirty  word   •  Points   •  Leaderboards   •  Badges   •  Game  stuff   –  Contests   •  Check-­‐ins   •  VoBng   •  Social,  bring  your   friends  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  6. 6. QuesBon(s)  #2   •  What  badges  have  you  earned?   •  What  badges  have  you  collected?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  7. 7. A  Badge  (r)EvoluBon    March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  8. 8. Sample  Postsecondary  IniBaBves  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  9. 9. QuesBon(s)  #3   •  Who  is  taking  OER  101?   hbp://bit.ly/143WMdS   •  (extra  credit  –  What   badges  have  you   earned  in  OER  101?)   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  10. 10. Forces  of  (r)EvoluBon   Competency-­‐ based   learning   Alternate   credenBaling   “Off-­‐ transcript”   learning   Higher   Ed   EducaBon  ß   “Engagement,   à  Workplace   RetenBon,   crosswalks   CompleBon”  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  11. 11. Jobs,  jobs,  jobs,  jobs,  jobs  
  12. 12. Can  digital  badges  for   learning  help?  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  13. 13. What  Are  Badges  for  Learning?   •  Digital  symbols  to   communicate  one’s   abributes   •  Independent,  3rd-­‐party   acknowledgement  and   validaBon   •  More  than  (but  not   replacement  for)  grades   •  Portable   •  (Can  be)  visible  to  all,  at   the  badgeholder’s   discreBon  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  14. 14. QuesBon(s)  #4   •  How  are  you  using  digital  badges  with  your   learning  programs?     •  What  things  do  you  use  badges  to  signify?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  15. 15. Badges  Can  Signify  Many  Kinds  of   Abributes   •  Accomplishment   •  Achievement   •  Competencies   •  Merits   •  Rank   •  Interests   •  Belonging,  membership   •  ContribuBon   •  ReputaBon   •  Status  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  16. 16. Badge  =  image  +  METADATA   Through  metadata,  badge  issuers  define  for   stakeholders  the  abributes  that  the  holder  of  a  badge   has  acquired.     –  Content   –  Role  and  idenBty   –  Competencies/Skills   –  Level   –  Assessment   –  OpportuniBes  and   –  Discrete  or  dynamic   privileges   –  Scarcity  and  granularity   –  Permanence  or   –  QualificaBons   expiraBon   –  Issuer  and/or  endorser    March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  17. 17. No  badge  is  an  island   Typically,  badges   don’t  exist  alone,   but  as  a  set  or   collecBon,   called  a  Badge   System.  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  18. 18. From  Badge  to  Badge  Cluster  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  19. 19. From  Badge  Cluster  to  Badge  System  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  20. 20. QuesBon  #5   •  Do  you  organize  your  course  content  and   assessments  in  a  format  that  comports  with   “badge  thinking”?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  21. 21. About  Badge  Systems   Badge  Systems  DO  include:   Badge  Systems  DON’T  include:   •  Badges   Learning  content.     •  Corresponding  assignments     –  Missions   That’s  because  challenges,  missions   –  Quests   and  quests  are  pointers  to  acBviBes   –  Challenges   that  enable  targeted  learning  to  occur   •  Data  and  records   within  the  learning  experience.   •  Logs   •  Social  media   –  Profiles   –  Friends   –  Mail  and  messaging   –  RaBngs  and  reputaBon  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  22. 22. March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  23. 23. March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  24. 24. Badge  Plaporms  provide  necessary   infrastructure   Badg.us   Badgeforge.com  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  25. 25. How  does  a  badge  plaporm  know  to   issue  a  badge?   The  “issuing”  of  a  badge  is  a[n  automated]  transacBon.     Badge  plaporms  award  badges  when  the  plaporm   soqware  receives  an  instrucBon  to  make  the  award.       Such  an  instrucBon  is  triggered  when  a  learner   provides  verified  evidence  of  the  required  performance.  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  26. 26. March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  27. 27. QuesBon  #6   How  could  your  course  be  (re-­‐)structured  so   that  on-­‐going  assessment  could  be  done  in  an   evidenBary  manner?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  28. 28. March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  29. 29. Project  Intent   Purpose   •  To  give  WCET  members  and  staff  a  fun,  informal,  light-­‐hearted  experience   of  badges  and  games   •  To  provide  a  behind-­‐the-­‐scenes  look  at  what  designing  and  implemenBng   a  badge  system  for  learning  entails.       ObjecBves   •  Expose  players  to  many  WCET  programs  and  engage  players  in  various   acBviBes  and  projects  of  the  CooperaBve   •  Underscore  the  values  that  the  CooperaBve  represents   •  Have  fun  with  member  contribuBons,  recogniBon  and  appreciaBon     Design  Challenges   •  Members  are  in  the  learning  business  and  will  apply  what  they’ve  learned  in  a   learning  se=ng   •  WCET  is  not  in  the  learning  business,  but  serves  and  supports  those  who  are  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  30. 30. Design  Framework  for     “Who’s  Got  Class?”   •  Purpose,  Goals,  Values   •  Align  acBviBes  with  desired  outcomes   •  Match  compleBon  of  acBviBes,  evidence  of   performance  and  system  triggers   •  Weight  acBviBes  and  balance  points  to   reinforce  key  messages   <  =  >   (Less                    is                  more)  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  31. 31. Evidence  and  Assessment   •  Does  evidence  required  really  prove  what’s   being  assessed?   •  Are  the  triggers  appropriate  to  the  objecBves?   •  Do  they  support  learning  transfer?  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  32. 32. 26  Missions  and  Badges  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  33. 33. Lots  of  help  along  the  way  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  34. 34. “Who’s  Got  Class?”   Three  Ways  to  Win!!   +   +   +   +   =   Connect   Learn   Advance   Serve   Support   CLASS  Act  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  35. 35. By  the  numbers   IniAal  interest   Joiners   •  518  invitaBons  requested   •  204  registered  players   •  461  unique  visitors   •  146  teams   •  1,421  visits   –  13  non-­‐academic  insBtuBons   •  16,270  page  views   •  Average  visit  –  10:04  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  36. 36. 34  Forum  discussions,  272  comments  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  37. 37. Important  Issues  for  ParBcipants   •  CompeBBon  and  learning   •  MoBvaBon  and  cheaBng  in  GBL  and  badge   systems   •  Maintaining  learner  engagement   •  Badges  and  LMSs   •  Evidence-­‐based  learning  and  assessment   •  Faculty  development  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  38. 38.   So  what  do  you  think…?  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  39. 39. Forces  of  (r)EvoluBon   Competency-­‐ based   learning   Alternate   credenBaling   “Off-­‐ transcript”   learning   Higher   Ed   EducaBon  ß   “Engagement,   à  Workplace   RetenBon,   crosswalks   CompleBon”  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  40. 40. Thinking  about  applicaBons  on  the:   •  Course  level   •  Program  level   •  InsBtuBonal  level   •  (Inter)naBonal  level  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  41. 41. QuesBon(s)  #7   •  Are  badges  the  “new  black”  or  another  “black   hole”?   •  Why?   @aderryberry  [lorem  ipsalum  xxxxxx  yyyyyyyy  #*@^  ]    #slnsolsummit  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  42. 42. And  the  Twiber  says…  March  2013   Anne  Derryberry,  Sage  Road  SoluBons  LLC  
  43. 43. Thank  you!   Anne  Derryberry   Sage  Road  SoluBons,  LLC   SageroadsoluBons.com     anne@sageroadsoluBons.com   @aderryberry   Linkedin.com/aderryberry   Slideshare.net/a_derryberry  
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