Emerging Learning and Development Models: Part Five
Pushed play refers to the demand that learners complete a game in order to progress through learning material. Open world learning is the opposite, entirely user-controlled access to content. Connect Play is the name of the working group under AGE-WELL, Canada’s National Center of Excellence on research in Aging and the hub of a lot of research on pushed play. In this post we are going to talk about the advantages of pushed play versus those of open world learning.