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GAMIFICATION – PLAYING AT (NOT) LEARNING

Wonderful Brain

When I first heard the term ‘gamification’* I had the sensation of a spider wiggling down my shirt at a picnic. Not so ‘gamification.’ Gamification is not Games. I know there are many gamification fans and supporters out there and I respect your desire to improve public and corporate education. So using any metrics, I challenge Gamification builders to reveal learning performance improvement by users in their real work achieved by Gamification techniques alone.

Which Learning Content Trends Matter Most to You?

Talented Learning

Gamification. Learning & Performance Institute Chairman, Donald H. As Wikipedia explains, automation can support curation with collaborative filtering, semantic analysis and social ratings. And in supporting diverse extended enterprise communities, the need for relevance and speed is especially critical. Many organizations continue to use standalone content authoring tools like Articulate , GomoLearning , iSpring and Lectora. 15) Gamification.

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E-Learning Course Development

Designing Digitally

Training is structured to change behaviors and improve employees’ performance. For example, we create web-based serious games with gamification elements, including visuals and rewards that appeal to learners. also makes sure that courses are based on learning principles that have been established and adapted over several decades, including Bloom’s Taxonomy. can support your business, government agency, college or university.

How to Create an Online Course

Ed App

These gaps can be detrimental to organizational performance, as well as a hindrance to the personal and professional development of employees. Web-Supported Courses: primary delivery is face-toface sessions, however students are required to also complete online elements as part of the course. Unique features of good authoring tools, such as EdApp, include gamification, spaced repetition (Brain Boost), mobile compatibility and a template library.