The Two E's to Better Gamification - eLearning Brothers

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The Two E
Use these nuggets of wisdom to your advantage and apply the two E’s to better Gamification in your eLearning design and development adventures!
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Interactive Levels of Games

By gameonlearning on from www.gameonlearning.com

In this article, we breakdown an idea developed Clark Quinn which focuses on the difference between having knowledge and using knowledge and the significance this has on the interactive levels of serious games.
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Using Game Mechanics and Game Elements in Learning Games - New White Paper by Sharon Boller »

By BottomLinePerformance on from www.theknowledgeguru.com

Through a variety of case studies and real-life examples, this white paper demonstrates how learning game designers can design game mechanics and game elements that support real learning outcomes.
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Gamification is not just about points and badges

By BethCase on from nisharaghavan.com

Gamification is not just about points and badges
Gamification is not a buzz word anymore. A lot of employers find gamification an effective tool to increase engagement, be it onboarding, learning and development, employee referrals, reward and re...
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HTML5 and Gamification: can they feed off each other ?

By BethCase on from www.rudebaguette.com

HTML5 and Gamification: can they feed off each other ?
If you believe in Gamification for Good, then a great storyline will become the bloodline that fuels 3 major tenets of successful gamification efforts:

+ Enabling the spread of diverse ideas and methodologies

+ Focusing on collaboration rather than adversarial relationships

+ Allowing users to participate willingly and interactively.
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When to Teach Physics with ‘Angry Birds’

By BethCase on from https://www.edsurge.com

Instead of writing a game around content (which often requires time and money), write lessons plans around existing games! Many existing games, such as Angry Birds, Minecraft, and Settlers of Catan can be used in the classroom.
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Digital Badges Convey Competencies, Allow Learners to Pave Pathways, New Alliance Report Finds

By BethCase on from openbadges.tumblr.com

“A digital badge system can bring resumes into the twenty-first century,” says Gov. Bob Wise.
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Badges and the Common Core

By BethCase on from www.edutopia.org

Badges and the Common Core
When today's K-12 students enter college and embark in their careers, they will most likely encounter a wide array of game-like elements, such as badge systems. In June, Blackboard Learn, a learning
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