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Reward Learning with Badges: Spark Student Achievement

Reward Learning with Badges: Spark Student Achievement (Paperback)

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Synopsis

By incorporating badges, students are motivated by using the familiar challenges of gameplay as they earn visual indicators of progress and complete challenges. At the same time, they are mastering skills and progressing academically. In this book, teachers of all subjects will learn why badges work and the secrets to designing challenges that enable students to fully engage with and take control of their own learning. Complete with step-by-step planning advice, tips on implementation and technology, and support from examples and success stories, this book will get you thinking differently about motivation and achievement and will prepare you to embark on your own badging initiative.

EducationTeaching SkillsEducational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning CAL Publisher: International Society for Technology in Education Publication Date: 22/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9781564843821  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Brad Flickinger is a self-proclaimed geek and maker who puts his affinity for technology to work as a technology director and technology teacher. His students have produced the longest running and most popular student podcast on iTunes and have created movies with over 200,000 online views. In 2012, Flickinger received the Leadership Award from Edtech Digest for his blog SchoolTechnology.org. He currently lives in Panama City, Panama, and spends his summers traveling as an ed tech speaker at conferences, attending district meetings and consulting to help schools and districts with technology initiatives.

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