v0.1.1 Peter Rawsthorne's OpenBadges: Badge System Design Rubric (criteria x performance level x ...

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v0.1.1 Peter Rawsthorne's OpenBadges: Badge System Design Rubric (criteria x performance level x attribute) by Mind Map: v0.1.1 Peter Rawsthorne's OpenBadges: Badge System Design Rubric (criteria x performance level x attribute)

1. Purpose

1.1. Introductory

1.1.1. accomplishing a simple task

1.1.2. attending an event

1.1.3. participating in a community.

1.2. Working

1.2.1. completing a significant accomplishment

1.2.2. demonstrating a skill

1.2.3. organizing an event

1.2.4. participating in an event

1.2.5. being an engaged member in a community.

1.3. Notable

1.3.1. shows mastery within a community

1.3.2. shows a high level of participation in an event

1.3.3. shows a high level of participation in the organization of an event

1.3.4. The equivalent has an endorsement from existing organization, institution, community, or event. Mastery is recognized by being a subject matter expert of the skills or knowledge represented by the badge or badge systems criteria

1.3.5. The badge system encourages the completion of / change in knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes it is aspiring to accredit

1.3.5.1. Badge system may also encourage outstanding participation in community or event.

1.4. Exemplary

1.4.1. recognized expertise

1.4.2. community or organizational recognition

1.4.3. outstanding contribution to a community or event

1.4.4. job ready skills or real world equivalent in skills and knowledge

1.4.5. The badge awardees are recognized to have mastery of the subject represented by the badge or badge system. Mastery may come as; recognized expertise, community or organizational recognition, outstanding contribution to a community or event, job ready skills or real world equivalent in skills and knowledge. Mastery comes from completing the criteria described by the badge or badge system as a whole.

2. Graphical Design

2.1. Introductory

2.1.1. simple design

2.1.2. has little brand or curriculum affiliation

2.1.3. Monocolor badge with simple graphical themes

2.1.4. No integration with other internal or external badge systems

2.1.5. Services the basic graphical needs of a png or svg file.

2.2. Working

2.2.1. Badge design is attractive

2.2.2. Badge design comprehensively establishes a brand, community and/or curriculum awareness

2.2.3. Earners are attracted to completing the criteria and earning the badge(s).

2.3. Notable

2.3.1. implements all the attributes of a working badge with the addition of a strong graphical appeal

2.3.2. elements are legible and are of scale, good size and use appropriate fonts

2.3.3. Badge is not too busy

2.3.4. Strong integration with the internal and external badge systems

2.3.5. levels of accomplishment, ranking or progression are well integrated into badge design.

2.4. Exemplary

2.4.1. Badge is exemplary and earners are very attracted to the badge

2.4.2. Earning the badge is coveted

2.4.3. shows consideration for and adds to all the design attributes already described in the notable and working badge design.

3. Organization

3.1. Introductory

3.1.1. A single badge system

3.1.1.1. well designed from a graphical perspective

3.1.1.2. earned on its own and within other learning, achievement or recognition journeys.

3.2. Working

3.2.1. The badge stands alone or is part of a very small (two to five) badge system

3.2.1.1. Single level badge hierarchy / network or existence of simple meta and mirco relationship for earning the badge

3.2.1.2. How the small collection of badges relate to one another is easily understood

3.2.2. People are attracted to earning these badges.

3.3. Notable

3.3.1. The badge system makes sense as the badges relate to one another, in their graphical design, and in defining a learning, achievement or recognition journey

3.3.2. The whole badge system is visualized so it is easy to understand which badges to earn and in what order to accomplish the desired learning, achievement or recognition

3.3.3. Earning one or many badges from within the system is considered an accomplishment by peers and community members.

3.4. Exemplary

3.4.1. The badge system implements all the attributes of the notable and working systems with the addition of being mapped into other similar learning, achievement or recognition curricula

3.4.2. The badge systems organization is modelled by other badge systems as an example of badge system organization

3.4.3. Many people have earned many badges from within the system

3.4.3.1. people who have earned the full collection of badges are considered masters by their peers

4. Criteria

4.1. Introductory

4.1.1. Criteria to earn the badge is well articulated and easily understood

4.1.2. Criteria attribute within badge meta-data resolves to URL.

4.2. Working

4.2.1. Criteria is comprehensive

4.2.1.1. Clear description of different learning, achievement or recognition approaches, associated tasks and outcomes

4.2.2. Criteria has one or more examples or completions for reference.

4.3. Notable

4.3.1. Allows the badge to stand on its own, fit within the system it has been developed

4.3.2. Allows the badge to be used within other badge systems

4.3.3. Criteria seems timeless in that it is constructed and worded in such a way that it does not expire.

4.4. Exemplary

4.4.1. Fits well within multiple learning, achievement or recognition contexts and applies well across communities, events, curriculum and cultures

4.4.2. The learning context may change and the criteria still applies

4.4.3. Developed and written in such a way that it is timeless

4.4.4. Earning the badge multiple times through time makes sense

4.4.5. The badge criteria does not expire

5. Technical Integration

5.1. Introductory

5.1.1. Badges are issued from a 3rd party public and open badge issuing platform

5.1.2. Little integration with the course, community of practice, or participants sites are present

5.1.3. Associated URL's resolve back to working and open URL's (no login required).

5.2. Working

5.2.1. Issued from either; a 3rd party issuing platform or the course, community or individual(s) dedicated hosting platform

5.2.2. Meta-data, including criteria and evidence, is hosted to allow flexibility in referring URLs

5.2.3. Ability to verify / assert badge validity has been implemented.

5.3. Notable

5.3.1. Badge system is well integrated with the related materials, online resources, tasks and learning, achievement or recognition journey

5.3.2. Easy integration with Personal Learning Environment (PLE) or social site (facebook, linkedin, blogs, etc)

5.3.2.1. In other words it is easy to embed badges into the sites where people want to display badges.

5.3.3. The user experience of achieving and being awarded badges is easily understood

5.3.4. Badges are sometimes awarded stealthfully as people complete accomplishments, prove learning, participate in community or events.

5.4. Exemplary

5.4.1. All the attributes of the working and notable technical intergrations are present with the addition of Open API's to get data and integrate with other badge, participation, and accreditation systems

5.4.2. Technical innovation is present with how the badge system is integrated with learning and curriculum. Integration and consideration of analytics is present within API's and open data

5.4.3. Personal privacy is also honoured within open API's and analytics data.

6. Systems Integration

6.1. Introductory

6.1.1. Badge fits well within its own badge system and related curriculum

6.1.2. Standards applied are local to the organization, community, group or an individual's badge system.

6.2. Working

6.2.1. Badge system shows consideration to other related community, curriculum and standards

6.2.2. Related badge systems are easily recognized and referenced.

6.3. Notable

6.3.1. Implements all the attributes of the related working system

6.3.1.1. In utilizing appropriate resources (educational or otherwise) from these other badge systems, these resources are adequately cross referenced.

6.4. Exemplary

6.4.1. Becomes the defacto standard for accrediting a subject, community or event domain.

7. Assertion

7.1. Introductory

7.1.1. Assertions resolve back to valid URL's.

7.2. Working

7.2.1. Refers back to an environment that will continue in perpetuity or until badge expires

7.2.2. Refers back to an environment that will continue in perpetuity or until badge expires

7.3. Notable

7.3.1. Personal accomplishments can be recognized through time.

7.4. Exemplary

7.4.1. Refers back to an environment that will continue in perpetuity or until badge expires

7.4.2. Personal accomplishments can be recognized through time

8. Endorsement

8.1. Introductory

8.1.1. N/A

8.2. Working

8.2.1. Endorsed by one to five organizations, communities or individuals of unconfirmed reputation.

8.3. Notable

8.3.1. Multiple endorsements from cross-industry / cross-subject organizations, communities and/or individuals.

8.4. Exemplary

8.4.1. Multiple endorsements from previously endorsed, proven and reputable organizations, communities or individuals

8.4.2. Matrix of endorsements and second and third degree endorsements are extensive.

9. Validity

9.1. Introductory

9.1.1. The evidence of an earned badge represents the learning, achievement or recognition criteria of the badge.

9.2. Working

9.2.1. Sample of earners of the badge repeatably demonstrate learning, achievement or recognition required to earn the badge as described in badge criteria.

9.3. Notable

9.3.1. Issuing organization, community or individual has creditability as an issuer for the particular badge

9.3.2. Badge is well aligned within the community it is wanting to accredit

9.3.3. Badge is recognized within the community as being valid.

9.4. Exemplary

9.4.1. Badge becomes the defacto standard for accrediting a subject, community or event domain.

10. Development Team

10.1. Introductory

10.1.1. all skills and knowledge for building badge system reside within one to three people.

10.2. Working

10.2.1. All skills and knowledge for building the badge system reside within two to seven people

10.2.2. Some team members will possess multiple skills and knowledge

10.2.3. Team requires strong community building, pedagogical, and/or curriculum development skills to evaluate comprehensiveness of badge system, criteria and assessment methods.

10.3. Notable

10.3.1. All skills and knowledge for building the badge system reside within two to seven people

10.3.2. Some team members will possess multiple skills and knowledge

10.3.3. Team requires strong community building, pedagogical, and/or curriculum development skills to evaluate comprehensiveness of badge system, criteria and assessment methods.

10.4. Exemplary

10.4.1. All skills and knowledge for building the badge system reside within two to seven people

10.4.2. Some team members will possess multiple skills and knowledge

10.4.3. Team requires strong community building, pedagogical, and/or curriculum development skills to evaluate comprehensiveness of badge system, criteria and assessment methods.