badges

4 Benefits To Using Badges In Online Learning

http://elearningindustry.com/using-badges-in-online-learning

greater autonomy for students, greater levels of feedback, and a variety of assignments.

More on badges in this blog:

http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/?s=badges

In each of the classes for which I use badges I have 24 different badges that students can earn. Each one is a “micro-assignment” which asks students to apply some concept or set of concepts we are covering in the class. Students submit their responses and if they meet the badge criteria they earn the badge. When they earn a badge they receive the points for that in their grades and also receive a badge graphic uploaded to their own personal profile which only they can see. One feature I would like to incorporate is the ability to share these badges via their social networks but I am not sure about how this would work with regard to FERPA requirements. More research on my part is needed regarding this.

If the student does not earn the badge, they are provided with detailed feedback and allowed to resubmit to try and earn the badge. They can submit as many times as they want or need to in order to earn the badge. Students need to earn a minimum of 14 badges to earn a C in the course and 18 badges to earn an A.

1 Comment on badges

  1. Plamen Miltenoff
    March 2, 2015 at 9:29 pm (5 years ago)

    Gamification-Toolkits
    Es gibt ein Reihe von Unternehmen, die Gamification-Mechanismen als Software-Service anbieten. Das sind vor allem Punktesysteme, Rangstufen, Badges, Leaderboards (Bestenlisten) etc. Zu diesen Unternehmen gehören unter anderem

    Bigdoor
    Badgeville
    Bunchball
    Gigya
    … und eine monatlich wachsende Anzahl von Nachahmern
    http://intelligent-gamification.de/2011/08/08/motivation-und-engagement-der-unterschied-zwischen-dummer-und-intelligenter-gamification/

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