Discussion on Mozilla's Badge Kit ideas. What I do like is the list of 8 doing verbs associated with badging (and innovation):
Design badges: Enable organizations (or individuals) to visually design their badgesDefine badges: Enable organizations (or individuals) to define the information behind the badge according to the open badges standard, i.e. metadata specificationAssess badges: Enable organizations to define rubrics for assessment and assess the badges accordinglyIssue badges: Enable organizations (or individuals) to issue their badges once the criteria is metCollect and manage badges: Enable learners to see all the badges they have earned in one place, organize and manage themShare badges: Enable learners to share their earned badges easily across the webDiscover badges: Enable learners, issuers (and down the road employers) to discover new badges and badge owners
A meander through the Moodle course I made for the INSET training session on Moodle Quizzes. Tried to cover all of the quizzes and give teachers and opportunity to see how they could be used in lessons. Used the Progress Block as well so teachers could instantly see the progress they had made when the activity was ticked off.
I really enjoy Moodle quizzes - so much you can do with them - really challenges you to create a resource which does not simply focus on testing recal.
Quiz training looked at Self marking and manual marking varieties. Had a brief play with the poodLL plugin too (has mileage!)
The ever busy Gavin Henrick presents his ideas on gamification and Moodle. The really interesting (and practical ideas) stuff comes from about slide 30 when he mentions badges and Moodle and conditional activities.
For years I just clicked on a label and did not bother with the Styles feature - preferring to alter the paragaph style and change fonts and sizes.
Using the Grid format makes it very difficult to carry on and get a clear layout. Nothing mind boggling but simply changed to use Heading1 for titles and Heading2 for subtitles with some changes to font and colours. When you use these styles then you no longer need to worry about the <p> tag.