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    Gamification – Different Types of User

    I was recently pointed at the direction of an post from Andrzej Marczewski, ‘Different kinds of Users in Gamification’. Andrzej constructed on Richard Bartle’s player type concept. To read Bartle’s complete concept, click here. Andrzej notes that the major distinction between game players and consumers of gamified content is they may not want to ‘play […] More

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    Three “Games Based Learning” Development Tools Explored

    Plenty of the games based learning products I have developed over the years are done using Flash. Adobe’s Flash is a amazing tool and generates efficient code (a small file size that’s fantastic for work) but isn’t necessarily so easy to use for non-programmers. In the past year, I’ve had a look at several other […] More

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    20 Computer Free Games Based Learning and Gamification Resources

    We ramble about amusements construct learning and gamification based with respect to or around PCs and innovation somehow. Obviously, diversions don’t need to be PC based and disconnected amusements and play can be uncommonly intense learning apparatuses too. Here is a rundown of 20 PC free amusement assets to instruct an assortment of age bunches […] More

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    Summary of Games Based Learning Meta-Analysis

        A report by Futurelab at NFER was distributed in April 2013 entitled: ‘Diversion based learning: most recent proof and future headings’. The investigation was a meta-examination of a portion of the current research encompassing recreations based learning. It tried to answer the accompanying inquiries: What is amusement based realizing? What is the effect […] More

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    Is Game Based Learning More Effective Than Traditional Methods?

      Diversions based learning research tends to contrast apples and oranges . It appears to be unseemly to irregularity a pilot/modded amusement, stimulation diversion, reason incorporated diversion with one class and contrast with customary instructing techniques. The reason manufactured diversion should (in spite of the fact that there is no certification) have better instructive esteem, […] More

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    Gamification in Education

    I wanted to discuss this infographic with you this week, which provides a fantastic overview of what gamification is all about.  ‘Gamifying the Classroom: 10 Inspiring Articles’. Well since then I’ve come across a lot more interesting bits of reading about gamification and games based learning in education. As gamification is this a hot topic […] More

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    10 Tips on Getting Buy-in for Games Based Learning

    I was as of late engaged with a Linked-in discourse, debating “How would you position diversions for learning inside your association?” I figured I would share my contemplations on my new blog. So here goes… My ten hints: What’s in a name: We don’t just call them amusements, we utilize the term learning reenactments or […] More

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    Gamification World Championships

    This week I thought I would bring your attention to the inaugural Gammify 2013 Gamification World Championships, which is held on October 13th in San Fransisco. Gamification continues to be big over the past couple of months on our website and this event is definitely worthy of your attention. The Championships are an advanced, professional […] More

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    Games Based Healing

    As you might have gathered from our website title and articles, we believe games are a terrific tool for learning and a great deal of research backs up us. But, there are also amazing ways that games are being designed and used to cure people with different disorders. I’ve selected some of the best stories below. […] More

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