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  • 1. Presented by Ms. Amy McQuigge– SER/VE Discussion April 3,2012
  • 2. WHAT IS - OPEN EDUCATION Accessible Student Centered Community BasedTake-aways: Per Ms. McQuigge - These Ideas are not new, but concepts related to 21st century technology are evolving – internet, IPADs, etc Combines both Peer to Peer as well as “Top Down Modality”, Assessment are key in the digital environment
  • 3. OPEN ASSETS AND RESOURCES Revisable Remixable RedistributableTake-aways: Creative comment licensing is effective for proper citing of internet based content, where users still reference work of others but with new mechanisms
  • 4. OPEN ASSESSMENT – BENEFITSRecognition for skills, experience and knowledgeFor formal or informal learningAt any level basic to masteryDo not have to be enrolled at a college/universityCan be useful for:Peer assessmentExperts in the fieldCollege facultyInstitutionsEmployers
  • 5. HOW IS BADGING DIFFERENT FROM PLA(PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT) Can be at multiple levels of mastery Can be for a greater variety of experiences and content fields Not just demonstrated learning Can lead to higher level of badges Can be determined by peers Can be recommended for badges Can be pushed out beyond college/university
  • 6. WHERE DO BADGES GO? Issuer (Teacher, etc) Pushed out by Issuer to earner’s Mozilla badges backpack Private until earner gives permission Authenticated by Issuer Earner Published out to the others by earner Can organize by group or privacy settings Digital resume & job applications Social Networking sites Webpages
  • 7. WHY BADGES? Motivating Can be used for professional development Recognition for skills, experience and life-long learning Can learn about assessment and bading by going through bading process
  • 8. MORE INFOMozilla’s Badge Backpack Openbadges.orgExamples of Badging Systems Stackoverlfow.com Khanacademy.org P2PUbadgespilot
  • 9. OUR TEAM/CONTENT AREASJim Cochran - Biology April 3, 2012Lynn Colucci-Mizenko - Physics Meeting in Observatory Jim and I were joined by Dr. O’Oconnor and Ms. McQuigge for enlightening discussions
  • 10. DISCUSSION QUESTIONSIn your group, raise and discuss ideas that open-education and badging have started At first, we mutually questioned what was new about these concepts We both recalled teachers who put “stickers on papers”, or even simple verbal acknowledgement of good work …but as Ms. McQuigge explained more about these concepts it became clear how useful this badging system could be …and how applying an age old concept of motivation to 21st century skills by use of a digital format…with a “clickable” history But, we still wondered…How best to avoid peer to peer subjectivity based on “social cliques”, etc? Per Ms. McQuigge…it is key to link Badges to clear objectives, and to insure that badge criteria are met for attainment of a badge… Also, badge criteria should represent substantial accomplishment…and work has to be validated for badges to have meaning and validity…and, we agreed ! Finally, we thought about how be to ensure that badges had credibility?... Students need to learn the values of badging system, and Teachers will play a vital role through their interactions with Students and their own use of Badges in Professional Development, etc…Teacher are important role models once again…not a surprise! Badges can provide excellent motivational tools for Teachers to drive skill development that is not inherently linked to grades or formal classroom assessment
  • 11. DISCUSSION, CONTINUEDWhat aspects of a class project or complex assignment might fit within a peer review badge type system?- P2P is a big deal! Badging is a great tool to utilize this type of informal assessment- Badging could be used to assess Final Report-outs from a project (a portion of the assessment using P2P- Badging can be used to assess “soft skills”, not inherent in the core curriculum such as presentation skills, powerpoint mastery, that are not specifically assignable to content- Badging can be used as part of the assessment of group project work, where perhaps peer assessment (within the groups) could be conducted to assess each person’s contributions on the project based on criteria- Or…individuals can be nominated to contribute their p2p comments as part of the badging criteria or assessment
  • 12. MOZILLA…OPEN BADGES Pretty Easy to Get Started….
  • 13. One Badge Down…and Counting…
  • 14. …But still not a foolproof system !