[p2pu-dev] Updated Challenges Mockup
chloe at varelidi.com
Fri Sep 23 06:48:13 UTC 2011
I don't think we should hide badges until they complete all the tasks. I
think people should be able to see what they can potentially apply for/what
they are working towards, including the rubrics/criteria. It will be clear
that they have to complete the tasks since the badge tasks says to post the
completed work from the challenge, but otherwise we are missing out on the
motivational aspects of the badges, as well as metacognition opportunities
by knowing the rubrics ahead of time.
+1 on not hiding the badges, i think it is important to show them as part of
the task rather than an afterthought (even if that means they are visually
in the same page ).
also just so you guys have a clear picture of how many badges we have for
this phase, here is the badge directory;
(possibly will be adding some skill badges, after Jamie completes the two
newest challenges #6 & #7)
*The badges per challenge with the rubrics can be found in the individual
challenge etherpads http://pad.p2pu.org/webcraft-challenges
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 8:32 PM, zuzel.vp <zuzel.vp at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 1:23 PM, Arlton Lowry <arltonlowry at gmail.com>
> > I would show the buttons for "go to next" and "get a badge" so that users
> > see that it's something they can achieve. Would be good to indicate that
> > they need to complete the tasks to unlock it.
> > Hmmm…. I'm not sure having the buttons at the bottom without them having
> > completed the tasks is appropriate, since they can't earn a badge without
> > showing that they've completed the work? Also, it's my understanding that
> > Jamie meant for SoW Challenges to be completed in order, so they should't
> > given the opportunity to advance without completing the current
> I think Jamie and the others did consider people skipping some of the
> challenges because they could be too easy for part of the audience and
> the same applies to badges (the peer-reviewed ones).
> > Possible solution: Maybe we could have some kind of message encouraging
> > to complete all the tasks in that space and when they complete them all
> > gets replaced with the congratulations message and buttons?
> > "You're not alone" makes me feel like I might be. What about "Learn with
> > your peers", "Get help when you need it" …
> > I could see that. Good point.
> > It's still missing a way to draw people into the conversations, and
> > peer learners. There is no way to see what others are doing. We discussed
> > this before - would like to hear what came of earlier ideas.
> > We've added a "Discuss Challenge" button on the
> > sidebar.
> > I'd like to add some kind of jQuery functionality in future releases that
> > doesn't make the user have to refresh the page, but instead just replaces
> > the Tasks with a Discussion area.
> > The images of people are nice. What happens if I click on them? Where
> > it take me?
> > I'm assuming it takes you to their profile?
> > We could have 4? 5? badges per challenge, perhaps. They will have types.
> > we want to just show certain types? All? Show that it's a special type?
> > the description of the challenge going to stay that small? Should we show
> > some descriptions of the badges? Are "Peers who have offered their help"
> > adopters only? Mentors is just done via John right now, right?
> > I thought we were working on a badge page for each badge, like
> > to display the badge
> > information?
> > Also, how many badges are going to be associated with each Challenge? I'm
> > sure we'll be able to include them all in the sidebar.
> > I'm guessing we can click "Awarded" and see all who've received the
> > Yeah, we can do that and the number, as well.
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