Dialogue Titles

Get to know each squad and what skills they can demonstrate. You should be able to do these things too! The higher the title, the more dialogue experience and practice you have as a member of your squad. How long will it take you to become a Adventure Master?

The Rookies

Dialogue Amoeba
30 XP
Dialogue Goldfish
200 XP
Dialogue Bull Frog
300 XP
Dialogue Toucan
500 XP

I can:

  • show that I appreciate what my peers say by liking a post or nodding when they speak
  • share basic information about myself such as my interests, daily life, or opinions
  • ask questions about people’s favourite things, hobbies, or interests
  • notice different points of view or opinions to my own
  • give thanks for my peer’s participation in the dialogue when I am reflecting

We encourage you to achieve the following milestones (review them here):

  • + Appreciation badge
  • + Posting badge
  • + Sharing badge
  • At least 1 topic badge
  • At least 1 video conference completed

 


 

 

Super Crew

 

Dialogue Sloth
1,000 XP
Dialogue Lemur
1,500 XP
Dialogue Octopus
2,000 XP
Dialogue Moose
3,500 XP

I can:

  • say what I really like about what someone has said and give them feedback
  • share more personal information about myself and my experiences using “I” language
  • ask more open questions that seek clarification and information about lifestyles, communities, opinions, and beliefs
  • make challenging statements or questions to participate in complex conversations
  • reflect on the dialogue and talk about what was said regarding the topic

We encourage you to achieve the following milestones (review them here):

  • + Asking badge
  • + 1 progress tracker
  • At least 2 topic badges
  • At least 2 video conference completed

 


 

 

Ultra Squad

 

Dialogue Pangolin
5,000 XP
Dialogue Llama
7,500 XP
Dialogue Fox
10,000 XP
Dialogue Ostrich
14,000 XP

I can:

  • reference something specific someone has said and build on it to go deeper in the conversation
  • talk about my own beliefs and experiences giving examples and using feeling words to say how I feel
  • ask my peers questions about their experiences and why those experiences are important to them
  • show I am willing to disagree and take responsibility for my perspectives by using sentence starters like ‘I believe’ or ‘I think’
  • recall specific details of what was said in the dialogue and how it made me feel or think

We encourage you to achieve the following milestones (review them here):

  • + Challenging badge
  • + 2 progress tracker
  • At least 3 topic badges
  • At least 3 video conference completed

 


 

 

Adventure Masters

 

Dialogue Anteater
20,000 XP
Dialogue Wombat
30,000 XP

I can:

  • explain why what someone has said is valuable for the dialogue and how it helped my understanding
  • share about my personal experiences in detail, explaining how they exist in my life and why they are important to me
  • ask response questions that cannot be answered with ‘yes or no’ to build a thread in the dialogue based on what my peers are saying (I don’t comment once and stop there)
  • respond to other statements or questions with a challenge that is respectful in tone
  • use clear language and sentence starters like ‘Thank you, have you considered…’ or ‘In my opinion’
  • say what I learned and note any new ideas or perspectives that came out of the dialogue

We encourage you to achieve the following milestones (review them here):

  • + Building a thread badge
  • + 4 progress trackers
  • At least 5 Topic badges
  • At least 4 video conferences completed

Check out the dialogue score card