Showcase Learning with Digital Badges Angela Elkordy Doctoral Candidate Eastern Michigan University College of Education Leadership and Counseling Dept.

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Slide 1 Showcase Learning with Digital Badges Angela Elkordy Doctoral Candidate Eastern Michigan University College of Education Leadership and Counseling Dept. aelkordy@emich.edu Slide 2 Digital badges mini survey: http://goo.gl/5RhkfR http://goo.gl/5RhkfR Slide 3 Collaborate: backchannel: https://todaysmeet.com/badges https://todaysmeet.com/badges Slide 4 Teacher JOY! Objective Slide 5 What are digital badges? Why digital badges for learning and assessment? View examples of badging systems Understand how digital badges can add value and transparency in learning environments Digital badges study: Opportunity! Where to find additional resources Overview Slide 6 Why? What? When? How? In brief. Slide 7 What are digital badges? Slide 8 Digital age learners. Socio-cultural context Slide 9 DML Competition: Digital Badge Development Slide 10 Where do digital badges live? Whats an OBI? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQxEszFeKmk Slide 11 Source: Building Badges for Informal Learning Environments: http://fastapps.hri.uci.edu/files/2423/files/BADGE- workshopsheets.pdf http://fastapps.hri.uci.edu/files/2423/files/BADGE- workshopsheets.pdfhttp://fastapps.hri.uci.edu/files/2423/files/BADGE- workshopsheets.pdf Track student learning over time Slide 12 Learning targets (knowledge); Behavioral targets; Socio-emotional targets; Soft skill targets; Skill based targets (competencies); Proficiency (or Mastery) targets; Motivation targets; How can I use digital badges? Slide 13 Measure new skills; Differentiate instruction; Communicate expectations; Provide essential formative feedback; Increase learners metacognitive skills and self-efficacy; Share ideas! How can I use digital badges? Slide 14 Whos Badging? Clinton Global Initiative Slide 15 evidence-based; acknowledge and communicate skills; flexible; granular; common assessments. Digital badges of learning Slide 16 Robust digital badge assessments : are transparent; scaffold learning; motivate learners; provide critical formative feedback; communicate expectations widely; reinforce and strengthen important metacognitive skills can be used to recognize, assess and communicate a wide variety of skills; differentiate. Digital badges for learning Slide 17 Achievement (specific criteria) Affiliation (belonging) Behavioral Demonstration of specific skills (products) Incremental (toward a goal) Participation (events, classes, meetings) Social capital (mentoring, collaborating, team building) Kinds of badges Slide 18 What do you think? (https://todaysmeet.com/badges) https://todaysmeet.com/badges Slide 19 How would you use digital badges? Take the survey: http://goo.gl/5RhkfR Slide 20 AADL Library Badges Slide 21 Badging in the City: Chicago Summer of Learning Slide 22 Smithsonian Quests Slide 23 Slide 24 Badges for Educators Slide 25 Mozillas Badge Kit: Mozillas Badge Kit: http://badgekit.openbadges.org/ Slide 26 Digital Badging Systems: Passport Slide 27 Digital Badging Systems: Classbadges.com Slide 28 Digital Badging Systems: Makewav.es Slide 29 Understanding by Design What are the learning targets? What kind of products will evidence learning? What kinds of activities and experiences will support mastery learning? Bonus: instantly reflective! How can I *teach* these concepts to ensure learning? Digital badge assessments can align well with the idea of critically looking at learning and mastery of concepts can be evidenced Digital badges can guide or scaffold learning, leading to greater understanding Through performance activities, learning is made visible Design for Understanding Slide 30 Sample badge design Slide 31 Design Tools Slide 32 Badges Examples & Ideas Slide 33 Opportunity to participate in award winning research Grades 6-12 Slide 34 Digital Badges Badge Design: Learning trajectory with increasing cognitive difficulty Standards alignment Performance assessment / suggested activities to demonstrate content mastery Resources and ideas Slide 35 This digital badge trajectory scaffolds learning in basic data and statistical concepts for middle and high school age learners. It is designed to be used in a variety of content areas in addition to science and math. 4 levels plus one challenge level Aligned with Next Generation Science Standard, Practice: Analyzing and Interpreting Data Aligned with CCSS Math (Data and Statistics, for grades 6-10) Also, alignment with NETS-S and P21 Includes: Learning Targets, Badge Requirements, Performance Tasks, Evidence of Learning Suitable for grades 6 and up (meets 6-8 standards) Data Whiz Badge Track Slide 36 This digital badge trajectory scaffolds intermediate and advanced learning in data and statistical concepts for middle and high school age learners. It is designed to be used in a variety of content areas in addition to science and math. 4 levels plus one challenge level ; Aligned with Next Generation Science Standard, Practice: Analyzing and Interpreting Data Aligned with CCSS Math (Data and Statistics, for grades 8-10) Also, alignment with NETS-S and P21 Includes: Learning Targets, Badge Requirements, Performance Tasks, Evidence of Learning Suitable for grades 8-12 and up (meets 9-12 standards) Data Hacker Badge Track Slide 37 The focus of this badge series is: learner as innovative problem solver. Design is viewed as a cyclical process, during which the learner is immersed in design thinking: defines a problem or a challenge; seeks information to inform a design solution (previous research and needs analysis); proposes a potential solution; communicates outcomes, including reflections/ recommendations on how to improve or refine the design for another iteration of design cycle. InfoMaker Badge Track Slide 38 To participate, contact aelkordy@emich.edu Slide 39 Joy or No Joy? Online Evaluation Form: http://goo.gl/kOGR6r http://goo.gl/kOGR6r Want to learn how to make your own? Attend the SIGMS Sponsored PreCon workshop at MACUL Evaluation Thank you! Slide 40 Resources: Digital Badges Pearltrees (http://goo.gl/0SqVWG) Slide 41 Ann Arbor District Library Badges http://play.aadl.org/badgelist CORONA-NORCO: Digital badges inspire students to learn (online article): http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside- county/corona/corona-headlines-index/20131011-corona- norco-digital-badges-inspire-students-to-learn.ece http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside- county/corona/corona-headlines-index/20131011-corona- norco-digital-badges-inspire-students-to-learn.ece http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside- county/corona/corona-headlines-index/20131011-corona- norco-digital-badges-inspire-students-to-learn.ece Classbadges.com http://www.classbadges.com/ http://www.classbadges.com/ Makewav.es Social Learning System www.makewav.es www.makewav.es Smithsonian Quests http://shout.smithsonianquests.org/badges/?view Resources / Sites: Slide 42 Thank you! Mission accomplished? Do we have Teacher Joy?? (comments in Todaysmeet, the survey, evaluation form, email, Twitter ) For more information, visit http://www.badgebox.net/ http://www.badgebox.net/ Or contact Angela Elkordy aelkordy@emich.edu aelkordy@emich.edu call (734) 494-0640 (Google voice) Questions?

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