WORKSHOP: Recognising and Rewarding Learning using Badges
|Recognising and Rewarding Learning using Badges : CATL eLearning at Lunchtime
Have you wanted to find a way to reward or recognise student achievement or progress in learning without necessarily providing marks? Or to allow students to demonstrate achievements that they can use externally to their university study?
Badges are an emerging feature of online and blended learning that are gaining traction as a means to meet this need.
Conceptually, and most simply, badges provide a visual digital image that in educational contexts represents recognition and reward for the achievement of particular experiences, skills, or knowledge.
This presentation is for those interested in learning about reward and recognition practices, and in particular the concept of badges and their use in a higher education context. It will include educational samples, and refer to the Open Badges [link to http://openbadges.org/] movement and the functionality in the LMS that supports badges.
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