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Passion Quest Mobile Learning Game by Mind Map: Passion Quest Mobile Learning Game
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Passion Quest Mobile Learning Game


Opportunity Knocks You are here taking this quest because you have a will to be the best you can be and because you want to forge a pathway that lets you get paid to go things you love. This is you Passion Quest. What you make it will make you. Go forth and enjoy.... Points and Rewards: At the end of the Passion Quest you should have accumulated 200 points and numerous awards and badges. 140 points from completing the basic game challenges. You can make up the 200 or more from every piece of media content you create and collaborate on. You can accumulate more points and then win prizes. The starting point for most games is substantives, which make up the story and the environment. But verbs are what you can actually do in the story and environment. You can say substantives set the scene. You can have a game with a tree, car, boat, robber and cop, but before you add verbs it is nothing more than a representation. The substantives have a purpose. They set the initial stage, make actions meaningful, and add, in general, more immersion. They draw in the player by setting the scene, explaining the universe, and providing the background story. The substantives make your actions matter—they are required for the verbs to works, even if the substantives are sometimes very limited. Motivation should be in tune with the requirements of good gameplay like good balancing, a well tuned rewards system, varied consequences, and quick user feedback. This can also be summarized into the concept of "challenge." When a player experiences motivation they are challenged, which is the consequence of a number of underlying variables working well.

Who is the user?

What motivates them?

Consider the balance between challenge and ability

21st Century Skills

Social Engagement Verbs

In a good game, the mechanics guide you towards learning and mastery

Level One

Value, Purpose and Passions This stage should take 20 minutes. 3 Challenges: At the end of this stage you should have 60 points.

What are my values?

Visit the website using your partners tablet and then call out what your values are. Ask your team mate to enter them in your Tumblr blog post or ask your team mate to record you on video then upload it.

What is my purpose?

What are my passions?

What is my mission?

What is my vision?

What is my identity?

Level Two

Skills and Learning This stage should take 20 minutes. 2 Challenges: At the end of this stage you should have 40 points

What am I good at?

Ask your friends or family to give you feedback don't just ask yourself. You can use phone, twitter, facebook to do this. You have 10 minutes. You can add any late entries later on or after the game.

What do I want to lean?

Level Three

Action Steps to Success This stage should take 20 minutes. 2 Challenges: At the end of this stage you should have 40 points

What steps will I take?

What does success look like?

Who can help me?

Level Four

Futurecast This stage should take 20 minutes. 2 Challenges: At the end of this stage you should have 40 points

How will I know I am successful?


What will be my value proposition?








Critical Thinker






Question Bank


Tumblr Blog

Ability Suit

Destiny Box

Sacred Object





Personal Pathway Plan

Personal Learning Plan

Personal Learning Network

Digital Portfolio

Digital Journal

Digital Profile

Skills Audit






Game Mechanics


Character upgrades

Reward effort

Reward success

Reward schedule

Provide frequent feedback

Measure progress

Peer motivation

Have a hook

Create and engage users in flow

Collecting and completing a set




Core values


Leaderboard-Points System



This is where we discuss the Quest and enter some data into our Goalbook App.