When a student checks their progress by accessing the Badges menu in a course, Badgr automatically awards all the badges they have earned. Occasionally, there is an issue where not all badges that are expected appear awarded when students view this page.
After completing a Canvas course module, a student observes in the Badges tab that they were not awarded the badge associated with the module.
Solution for students
Students should check the module completion status in their Modules course navigation view. If the expected module does not register as complete, a student should be able to see the incomplete criteria or should contact the instructor to ask for further details.
If the expected module does register as complete, but no badge appears after a couple views of the Badgr app, please contact us.
Solution for instructors
Instructors can access the "View Progress" button from the Modules page to verify that module completion rules are defined correctly for a given module. Use that view to navigate between students who should and should not have been awarded a badge to verify that the criteria are being defined correctly.
If Badgr has awarded badges to students who should not have earned that badge, it means the module completion rules are incorrectly configured in Canvas. After correcting that problem, you can either revoke badges that were awarded mistakenly or clear out the badge assigned to the module and reassign it. Just make sure before doing this that you have fixed the problem with the completion rules so that incorrect badges are not re-awarded the next time Badgr checks progress when you view the progress screen.
Badges awarded to students in modules with incomplete assignments
If all the assignments in a particular module are only assigned to one section, then anyone not in that section is automatically tracked as having completed the module
Students not getting badges when requirements are met