Some of the tools to use in course gamification
» Groups» Progress Bar» Checklist» Certificate» Activity Completion» Conditional Access» Badges
» Groups can have icons associated with them» ICONS show up on forum posts˃ (group icon block)» Can manually assign studen...
» Set up the tracking» Graphical progress bar to completion» Indicators for completion, late and incomplete
» Create criteria list for progress» Mark off the tasks / waypoints once complete» Visual representation of achievements a...
» Award a PDF certificate for download» Can be linked to completion of activities, orgrades using conditional access» Conf...
» Activities and Resources have completion status» Manually complete (student)» Automatically complete by action˃ forum po...
» Restrict access to resource/activity/section» Activity Completion» Grade» Time» Profile field
“if a resumé or CV is a bunch of claims, Open Badgesare a bunch of evidence”» Award graphical badges based on criteria˃ Fi...
Gavin HenrickE: gavin@lts.ieT: @ghenrickB: www.somerandomthoughts.comS: http://www.slideshare.net/ghenrick/L: http://ie.li...
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Moodle gamification tools edtech 2013

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This presentation was delivered at #edtech13 in University College Cork, Ireland.

This covers the list of Moodle techniques that may be useful for gamification.

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Moodle gamification tools edtech 2013

  1. 1. Some of the tools to use in course gamification
  2. 2. » Groups» Progress Bar» Checklist» Certificate» Activity Completion» Conditional Access» Badges
  3. 3. » Groups can have icons associated with them» ICONS show up on forum posts˃ (group icon block)» Can manually assign students to a group˃ Group, Batch» Can programmatically assign to a group» Example˃ Moodle.org “Particularly Helpful Moodler”
  4. 4. » Set up the tracking» Graphical progress bar to completion» Indicators for completion, late and incomplete
  5. 5. » Create criteria list for progress» Mark off the tasks / waypoints once complete» Visual representation of achievements andwork still to do
  6. 6. » Award a PDF certificate for download» Can be linked to completion of activities, orgrades using conditional access» Configurable in design and content
  7. 7. » Activities and Resources have completion status» Manually complete (student)» Automatically complete by action˃ forum post˃ File upload˃ View» Displays tick-box on course overview page» Uses Cron to process
  8. 8. » Restrict access to resource/activity/section» Activity Completion» Grade» Time» Profile field
  9. 9. “if a resumé or CV is a bunch of claims, Open Badgesare a bunch of evidence”» Award graphical badges based on criteria˃ Finishing a course, completing your profile, completing an activity in acourse, ad-hoc assignment by teacher» Learner can download or export badge˃ Badge Backpack» Badge holds metadata for verification» Learner can display badges elsewhereSee http://www.somerandomthoughts.com/blog/2013/05/06/open-badges-and-moodle/
  10. 10. Gavin HenrickE: gavin@lts.ieT: @ghenrickB: www.somerandomthoughts.comS: http://www.slideshare.net/ghenrick/L: http://ie.linkedin.com/in/gavinhenrickW: http://www.lts.ie
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