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A short presentation of two halves - the first by Doug Belshaw (Mozilla Foundation) and the second by Tim Riches (DigitalMe). Presented at the World Design Forum, Eindhoven, 19 October 2012.

A short presentation of two halves - the first by Doug Belshaw (Mozilla Foundation) and the second by Tim Riches (DigitalMe). Presented at the World Design Forum, Eindhoven, 19 October 2012.

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  • @dajbelshaw Thanks Doug.
    I just need to find time to do it. :) But I will ;)
    Now running 2nd week of the 1st Pt/Br MOOC. We will be talking about Distance Education for 8 weeks. www.moocead.net but I won't loose the focus on openbadges.
    Thanks ;)
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  • @bubka Hi Paolo, thanks for the comment! Why not join the Google Group (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/openbadges) or drop by the weekly calls? (https://openbadges.etherpad.mozilla.org/openbadges-community-2) :-)
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  • I love the idea, Doug.
    I think is the way to transform our informal digital footprint in something formal.
    Open badges are like peer-to-peer assesment.
    How can we all contribute?
    Thanks
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  • 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 and how to meet deadlines. As they interview players, coaches, organisers and fans they learn to interact with a wide range of people and grow in self-esteem. Young people are passionate about sport and love using digital media to record, and share their lives. They create reports using video, audio, text and images, and publish them all for the world to see on the safe social network Radiowaves: www.radiowaves.co.uk/s2r S2R Aims To Give young people confidence, higher aspirations, communication skills and a broader outlook on life Equip young people for the world of work, in particular by giving them media skills that are in demand across industry: social media; digital production of audio, video and images, blogging, interviewing, writing and reporting Help young people gain transferable life skills: teamwork, meeting deadlines, discipline, handling pressure, creativity, resilience, empathy, critical thinking and rising to a challenge! Provide a way for all young people to engage with the 2012 Olympic Games and get their story heard Schools can engage remotely too

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  • 1. LearningDesire Engines @triches
  • 2. Habits ofLearning @triches
  • 3. Via professor Mike Sharples @triches
  • 4. Via professor Mike Sharples @triches
  • 5. Via professor Mike Sharples @triches
  • 6. @triches
  • 7. How do we designeducation todevelop thebehaviours thatmatter? @triches
  • 8. Content Behaviours
  • 9. b=matDr. B. J. Fogg Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab
  • 10. Learning desireengineNir Eyal: Desire Engines
  • 11. Learning desire engineTrigger ActionInvestment Reward Nir Eyal Desire Engine
  • 12. Badges are a visualrepresentation ofrewards Nir Eyal Desire Engines
  • 13. Open Badge Project:
  • 14. S2R: UK’s youth sports reporting channel
  • 15. S2R changes young people’s lives through sports reporting.Encourages aspiration, teamwork, resilience and creativity. Givesreporters a legacy of life and job skills, confidence, motivation,friends and fun!
  • 16. Activities…Local reporting…Reporters have interviewed hundreds of interesting people and created over 10,000 reports and blogs
  • 17. Challenging national events..
  • 18. www.makewav.es/s2r
  • 19. OverviewYoung people can obtain S2R ‘Medals’ in3 sets:Journalist, Producer & CoachEn route to gaining Medals students willgather ‘Achievements’ for theircontribution to the S2R community
  • 20. CommunityAchievementsNot pushed out to OpenBadge Infrastructure andmain value is withincommunityGranular markers ofactivity
  • 21. MedalsQualitative assessment ofskills by peers/leaders3 sets Journalist, Coach &Producer3 levels in each set: Bronze,Silver & Gold @triches
  • 22. Unlocking value for the learner throughbadge display • Employment • Differentiation • Social status @triches
  • 23. Coding, science missions, ecologicalprojects…. @triches
  • 24. “Education iswhat surviveswhen what hasbeen learnthas beenforgotten”B.F. Skinnerwww.digitalme.co.uktim.riches@digitalme.co.uk@triches