Summary of The Gamification of Learning and Instruction
Game-Based Methods and Strategies for Training and Education
Learn how to assemble the best games, because they can teach more effectively than classes.
In this comprehensive manual, instructional technology professor Karl M. Kapp delves into gamification in all its varied applications. Kapp heeds his own advice: He offers not just the “how” but also the “why,” giving readers procedural knowledge and creative wisdom. The book is repetitive and even awkward, but well informed and thorough. You’ll learn how to build a gamification team, inspire players to follow the game and learn, and develop the gamified education package that best fits your teaching goals. getAbstract recommends this utilitarian, forward-thinking guide to learning professionals who want a doorway into game-based teaching.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to use games and gamification to teach professional knowledge and behavior,
- What types of game dynamics are most motivational and edifying,
- How to manage the development of gamified instruction.
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8 months agoInteresting concepts and ideas. Interesting to see how gamification has moved forward
3 years agoThe concepts presented in this are incredibly relevant to a millennial generation; they/we have grown up playing games of all kinds. This, in conjunction with the 2010 TED talk by Jane McGonigal is a great introduction and level-setter on the power of games (http://www.ted.com/talks/jane_mcgonigal_gaming_can_make_a_better_world).
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