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Science Fair

Badges: thoughts, comments, queries

Friday, Nov 4: 18:00 - 20:00
Meet Carla Casilli and Brian Brennan at the Open Badges table at Science Fair
  • Discuss badges and assessment
  • Talk about badge ideas
  • Provide ideas for the badges team
Who should come?
  • Everyone interested in badges

Learning Lab

P2PU "Webmaking 101"

Saturday, Nov. 5: 10:00 - 11:15
People: John Britton
  • Work through challenges
  • Get started as a Webmaker
  • Work through Webmaking 101 challenges and get badges
  • Face to Face testing of Webmaking 101 challenges
  • Request additional challenges to learn things you didn't get
Who should come?
  • People with little or no web development background who want to get started as Webmakers

We don't need no stinkin' badges…or do we?

Saturday, Nov 5: 11:30 - 12:45
People: Carla Casilli, Brian Brennan
  • Information sharing
  • What does success look like?
  • How can we get there?
Who should come?
  • Academics, educators, students, designers, business people, anyone interested in learning about and discussing badges, badge systems and the Open Badge Infrastructure (OBI).

We <3 badges

Sunday, Nov 5: 11:30 - 12:45
Formerly a Fireside Chat
People: Brian Brennan, Nichole Pinckard
  • Overview of Open Badges project
  • Review and discussion of badges in the wild: Digital Youth Network
  • Open discussion
  • Information sharing
Who should come?
  • Makers, badge enthusiasts, assessment specialists, badge-curious folks

Design Challenges

P2PU School of Webcraft: Developer Training

Saturday, Nov 5: 14:00 - 17:00
People: John Britton, Chloe Varelidi, Carla Casilli
  • Drill down on challenges for Webcraft
  • Challenges: critique, suggest, create
  • Badges: review, create, discuss
Who should come?
  • People with some web development background, people interested in webmaking, programmers, educators, designers

P2PU / Open Badges Craft Peer Learning Challenges

Sunday, Nov 6: 10:00 - 12:45
People: Chloe Varelidi, Carla Casilli
  • “Playstorming”
  • Pitching ideas for challenges
  • Prototyping, building and sharing ideas
Who should come?
  • People interested in creating, developing, and thinking about challenges and their direct tie-in badges