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This presentation is officially called Get Motivational With Online Badges though I usually call it I'll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours...Badges That Is. The topic is online badging with students ...

This presentation is officially called Get Motivational With Online Badges though I usually call it I'll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours...Badges That Is. The topic is online badging with students of all ages. I will share my own experiences as well as research. There are bibliographic links to good resources

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  • As a scout I was a total badge hound.
  • Adults are motivated by awards
  • If THEY can get along…
  • Consider P2PU
  • How is this different from AR?
  • Survey results
  • What do we call ourselves and why does it matter??
  • Do some research. My article is a good start
  • Formulate a plan
  • Talk it up with others
  • Baby Steps
  • DO keep grades out of badging…focus on behaviors intead.

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  • I’ll Show You Mine if You’ll Show Me Yours! Online Badges That Is… Internet@Schools 2013, Monterey CA Dr. Mary Ann Bell Dr. Holly Weimar Sam Houston State University
  • CONSIDER THESE COMMERCIAL EXAMPLES:
  • BADGING IN SCHOOLS
  • CONSIDER KHAN ACADEMY, Edmodo, and P2PU
  • LOOK WHO’S ON BOARD!
  • ALSO UNSHELVED!!!
  • WHAT CAN GIVERS & RECIPIENTS DO WITH THEIR BADGES? •COLLECT THEM! People love to collect things! •SHARE with family and friends •Feature on Library Websites •Add to Facebook •Students in our program are showing theirs in their portfolios •Enjoy recognition from peers and other campus users •Sit back and gloat •A school badge showcase could be created
  • ISN’T THIS A LOT LIKE AR?
  • ISN’T THIS PAVLOVIAN?
  • Doesn’t this…SHUDDER…make me a Skinner loving behaviorist??? NAH!
  • MY SURVEY RESULTS WERE MOSTLY POSITIVE
  • FIRST 3 QUESTIONS WERE ABOUT ATTITUDES: 1. How did earning badge make you feel? 2. How did it feel NOT to earn a badge? 3. Did the badges motivate you? NEUTRAL IMPRESSION MOTIVATING NEGATIVE FEELING NOT GETTING FEELING FROM GETTING BADGE POSITIVE 0 5 10 15 20 25
  • REPRESENTATIVE COMMENTS FROM SURVEY •How did it make you feel to receive a badge? •I felt successful and was therefore more competitive in my assignments because I wanted to earn more badges. •How did you feel to NOT receive a badge? •Bummed •Did badges motivate you to try for a specific one? •I am going to do my best work whether I earn a badge or not, but it was nice motivation to keep working just as hard throughout the semester. •I always tried to earn the creativity badge. •Yes. It is a conversation at the dinner table when I receive a badge/award. •How many badges should be offered? •Most people said around 5, which is what I recommend. •What actions or behaviors should be recognized? •Superior work, students who provide help to their fellow students, original ideas/work •At what age would badges work? •Answers ranged from primary grades to adults. •Are you considering starting to use badges. •Five people said yes •One person, a librarian, said she wanted to use with teachers. •ACCESS SURVEY AT THIS ADDRESS: http://bit.ly/badging
  • HOW DO I START??
  • Here is a link to my article in Internet@Schools bit.ly/badging There’s a bibliography for more information.
  • DO Keep Badges Digital I used Credly to make and manage badges. https://credly.com/
  • DISCLAIMER… THIS DOES TAKE SOME TIME! •This is especially true when setting up. •Using a site like Cred.ly does save time. •Creating a webpage just for badges is best alternative. •Once system in place, it’s easy to maintain.
  • •DO Keep grades out of your badging. •DO Give badges frequently but seek balance so as not to “cheapen” them •DO Use for things that are behaviors you want to foster •DO Have some badges that any student can attain. •DO Make it clear how to earn each badge.
  • HERE’S AN IDEA SUGGESTED BY A SURVEY PARTICIPANT…
  • HERE ARE SOME THINGS I RECOMMEND NOT TO DO… •Don’t tie them to grades! •Don’t start with too many. •Don’t give them so often that the become meaningless. •Don’t take them beyond online posting or bolster them with material prizes.
  • ALL MARY ANN BELL’S STUFF CAN BE FOUND AT http://bit.ly/mabellstuff There is additional content relevant to this presentation as well as other presentations at the site above. HELPFUL SITES: Credly—This site can help you make badges easily and quickly. It is also useful for managing them. The Teacher’s Guide to Badges in Education from Edudemic: http://www.edudemic.com/guides/the-teachers-guide-to-badges-in-education/ YALSA Badges for learning: http://www.ala.org/yalsa/badges-learning OCLC Badging the Library Parts 1 and 2: http://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/badging-the-library-part01.html http://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/badging-the-library-part02.html ACRLog…Digital Badges For Academic Research? http://acrlog.org/2012/06/28/digital-badges-for-library-research/ Educause: 7 Things You Should Know About Badges: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7085.pdf BUT WAIT! THERE’S MORE!! On the Next Page…
  • MORE HELPFUL SITES Educause: 7 Things You Should Know About Badges: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7085.pdf Blended Librarian: Digital Badges for Learning: Exploring the Possible Impact on Higher Education & Libraries: http://blendedlibrarian.badgestack.net/sessions/digital-badges-for-learningexploring-the-possible-impact-on-higher-education-libraries/ AND FINALLY HERE ARE SOME BADGES FOR YOU RIGHT NOW! Go to the next page to collect.
  • BADGES FOR YOU! The first is from American Library Association. Click on it to go to the related page and Love Your Library. Did you attend this presentation or go through it online? If so collect this badge!