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Martin Hill
35:15
Is there a good way of telling how much gamification is 'just right' if you don't know your audience yet?
Mark Glynn
35:39
Has anyone experience of using “filter codes” that Mary mentioned?
Omid
35:52
Does gamification work for adult learners?
John Papworth
36:07
@Mark Glynn - Yes
John Papworth
36:26
Omid - depends on the audience
Omid
36:30
you are considered very young
Akash Verma
36:44
Are there any standard models to implement gamification?
Katerina Tsinari
36:57
Do you adjust how much gamification is right according to the age of the learners?
Anna Krassa
37:26
I think that some elements of gamification are often used even without realising that they are gamification elements (like restrictions that can be used for personalisation)
Mark Glynn
38:11
There are several examples in the literature of using gamification and suggested principle as opposed to models
Jon Miles
39:34
I think that we also need to understand that people are motivated by different types of gamification - some prefer to hunt for easter eggs placed around the course, while others prefer leader boards and competition.
Mark Glynn
39:49
One paper in particular that is quite useful is Gamifying education: what is known, what is believed and what remains uncertain: a critical review https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s41239-017-0042-5
Stephen Daly
40:14
I👍🏼
Martin Hill
40:14
Thanks @Mark
Albert
40:46
👍
Stephen Daly
41:44
There you go!
Scott Wilson
43:04
mute yourself alfredo please
Martin Hill
43:04
Somebody mute Alfredo :-)
Stephen Daly
43:06
Admins: you can manually mute people ;-)
Aleksandar Marković
45:16
Who won the reward?
Kim Salinas
48:31
Love the Group choice plugin!!
Mark Glynn
51:24
@Kim - the group choice plugin is very versatile, I’m a big fan
Mark Glynn
52:43
https://moodle.org/plugins/block_completion_progress
Antonio Cheung
53:39
Completion progress is one of my favourite Moodle plugins
Mark Glynn
54:15
https://moodle.org/plugins/block_xp - level up plugin
Mary Cooch (Academy)
54:35
Thanks for sharing the links Mark
Aleksandar Marković
54:41
I like this, Level Up!
Omid
54:48
what module is the ranking that we see here?
Tania Molero Aranda
54:50
Thanks!
Martin Hill
54:50
Thanks Vasilis
Alex V.
54:51
Thank you!
Rob Lowney
54:54
I’m a huge fan of Level Up and have positive experiences of it anytime I’ve used it
Christian Schulz
55:00
Super helpful, thanky!
Natalia Spyropoulou
55:08
Thank you Vasilis!
Abdelmalek Nezzal
55:29
Thank Vasilis
Aira Coronado
55:34
Thank you!
John Papworth
55:39
Completion Progress rocks as a plugin
Nathanaël HO-FONG-CHOY
55:48
Thank You
Halan Borges - Brazil
56:05
Is there a ideal/maximum number of students for a good gameffication experience?
Halan Borges - Brazil
56:19
Is there an ideal/maximum number of students for a good gameffication experience?
Renato Araujo
56:26
@omid:https://moodle.org/plugins/block_ranking
Kim Salinas
56:51
The gamification course is awesome! Well done with great examples that we can experience! Thank you!
Helen Hadfield
57:19
I agree with Kim - has given great insights to practically use it in our courses.
Omid
57:22
@Renato Thanks
Richard O'Sullivan
57:46
The label approach is a very clever solution Mark
Bety Koždoňová
57:58
Thank you Vasilis. Where can we actually find the gamification course :)?
Mary Cooch (Academy)
59:05
@Betty. The course where you found this webinar has gamified elements. Also Vasilis will tell you about a whole program of Gamification starting next week.
Mary Cooch (Academy)
59:21
freedom to fail I live
Mary Cooch (Academy)
59:47
*love
Yiannis Arapoglou
01:00:04
@Betty, the full "Gamification with Moodle" program is available here https://widetraining.gr/en/product/gamification-with-moodle-en/
Martin Hill
01:00:30
Are quizzes fun though, or are they a chore? A pub quiz is fun, but a course quiz isn't. Unless it's a space invaders game course quiz...
Bety Koždoňová
01:00:40
Thank you!
Akash Verma
01:01:24
What are some good practices to gamify a course to be done by a learner, individually? For example, if a self-paced course is to be created for grade 11 learner, how can we keep her or him engaged throughout the course?
Abdelmalek Nezzal
01:03:06
Example of How you set up the route when learners have made their group choice?
Elisabeth Waldherr-Fabiani
01:04:17
Where do I find useful help / documentatione for Level Up! ?
Yiannis Arapoglou
01:04:34
With the restrictions in activities Nezzal
Labby - Peter Haasdijk
01:04:37
@abdelmalek use restricted acces on group membership in your course
Fatimah (Danielle) Ali
01:04:43
Does level up align with the moodle gradebook? This sounds awesome.
Rob Lowney
01:04:44
https://levelup.plus - gives you all info on this plugin
Christos Sotiropoulos
01:04:57
Mark, exactly. This is what I tell teachers at training courses I do. When students play video games, when they lose in the game that's not the end. They play again to get more points, to go to the next level etc, so why not do with tests and quizzes?
Richard O'Sullivan
01:05:02
@MaryCooch : is there a list of suggested gamification ‘plug-ins’ you would recommend
Rob Lowney
01:05:14
@Fatimah Level Up Plus has grade rules which allows you to award XP points based on grades students have received
Rehan Amjad
01:05:38
Right @Rob
Rehan Amjad
01:05:56
I am using it and had a great Experience
eileen wallace
01:06:15
thanks, Mark
Abdelmalek Nezzal
01:07:03
Thank Yiannis, Labby
Tania Molero Aranda
01:07:17
Do we know when we will be able to import badges from one course to another in Moodle? 🙂
Labby - Peter Haasdijk
01:07:29
@Mary, you could design your course more like an escaperoom to gamify that
Akash Verma
01:09:13
Thank you @Vasilis
Margaret Okumbe
01:09:37
Quizzes cab be fun e.g Wordle have become viral...
Sara Arjona
01:10:25
@Tania, not for now... But you can vote or add a comment in this issue: https://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-43938 ;-)
Jessica Gramp
01:10:45
I like quizzes. I guess it may depend on how competitive you are.
Martin Dougiamas
01:10:47
I’m playing Wordle daily 🙂 One nice idea I like about it is that it artificially restricts how much you can play. One game per day.
Mary Cooch (Academy)
01:11:16
Escape rooms are an interesting development
Tania Molero Aranda
01:11:21
Thanks @Sara I did it 🙂
Mark Glynn
01:11:32
You may find this video on “steps in gamification” useful https://youtu.be/9GUAMebAi4o
Aira Coronado
01:11:40
Wordle is my brain teaser every morning
Tania Molero Aranda
01:12:03
Yes @Aira 🙂
Tania Molero Aranda
01:12:22
Me too @Martin! 🙂
Valeria De Luca
01:13:01
I am trying to set up the completion level plug in. Anyone use it? Is it a bock in the dashboard?
Martin Dougiamas
01:13:03
Zoom chat is ephemeral - I hope we we all remember to get these great links/references in the ongoing Gamification course on moodle.academy too somewhere
Olga Bezzabotnova
01:13:04
escape room - what is it? Where can we find the information about it?
Ralf Krause
01:13:20
What do you think about geolocation for a real mobile learning. You must go to a special place to get information od do an activity.
Richard O'Sullivan
01:13:31
What is the baseline Moodle version needed to include the plug-ins motioned in this webinar
Vasilis Palilis
01:13:52
@Ralf Excellent idea! Virtyal tours
Lolita Šileikienė
01:13:58
Thanks
Rob Lowney
01:14:01
Our DCU colleague gave an overview of escape rooms with Moodle at a MoodleMunch webinar a few months ago. Recording available here: https://www.dcu.ie/moodlemunch
Vipin Saxena
01:14:08
It would be good if we make a library of various methods used to gamify our courses in Moodle without customization
Ralf Krause
01:14:27
https://moodle.org/plugins/availability_gps
Akash Verma
01:14:46
Taken MEC quiz, need more clarity in process ahead.
Omid
01:14:51
@Martin; wouldn't BBB be better than Zoom?
Jessica Gramp
01:15:14
Great idea Vipin. We'll be able to share the links in this chat in the course later too.
Abdelmalek Nezzal
01:15:27
Thanks all
Nergis Gurel
01:15:28
thanks 🙂
Aira Coronado
01:15:28
Thank you Moodle Academy!
Nathanaël HO-FONG-CHOY
01:15:28
Thanks for this webinar