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Why board games can be more effective than e-learning

Why board games can be more effective than e-learning
Board games are inherently social and provide great opportunities for players to talk, learn from others, sort through topics, and work as teams when the game is set up that way. Of course, there are many ways to achieve this outcome and knowing what you want the players to get out of the experience is key to the design and making process.

Learning trends for 2019

Learning trends for 2019
I love watching the trends and feel ever-so-slightly smug when I realise I've been working on the things that are developing as a trend. I got into social media when it first started and now happily play in the games and gamification area. The article: 6 eLearning Trends: What Can We Expect Going Into 2019 And Beyond?...

Thinking elastically…survival skill of the future

Thinking elastically…survival skill of the future

As teachers and trainers, how do we contribute to expanding the way our students think? How do we provide learning opportunities for students to safely experiment with ‘elastic thinking’?

Creating games for learning

Creating games for learning

There are a million different ways to go about designing games but games for serious purposes such as formative or summative assessment in courses adds another layer of challenge... how do you make the game fun, engaging AND actually assess what you want to assess?

Software such as PowerPoint can be used to create...