In our penultimate installment of our series on emerging digital learning technologies, we are going to look at mastery-based progression. Mastery is a continuous process of refining skill and reflective practice, and we all acknowledge it in some form. For some it is watching a Shaolin monk leap into the air; for others it is seeing the work of a great painter; maybe for you it is seeing that mechanic who always puts you back on the road.
Extrinsic reward behavioural management has to do with using awards, such as badges, certificates, real world prizes and career progression through a gamified system. It is connected with cognitive behavioural representation in that it uses a form of reward to flag desired behaviours. We do this already in human resources and employee reviews, but here we are going to gamify it. Gamification is a very effective way to award desired training behaviours and weight them by reward progression.
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If you are considering developing games for your course, here are some quick tips to get you started with Game Based Learning
TrainingIndustry.com has declared G-Cube as one of the Top 20 Gamification companies in 2014. This is a coveted honor in the field of Gamification – a clear indicator of G-Cube’s dedication to keeping up with the latest in learning trends and technologies.
Tiny Shops Burgers is an educational game in which you are the manager of a busy little burger shop. The customers line up and place their orders – say, a burger, small fries and a drink – while you ring up their bill on the cash register, accept their payment and return their change
Have you got what it takes to run a successful burger franchise? Dealing with customer’s order, managing the queues and most importantly making sure they are charged the right amount. Make sure the customers are not left waiting for the burgers for too long or you are left with no customers at all!
Just back from MozFest, where we announced BadgeKit, an Open Badges tool stack that will support the key pieces of the badging experience. This includes defining/designing, assessing, issuing,...