Gamifying Microlearning … Without the Games

Gamification isn't the goal — it's engaging and motivating your learners.

Gamified eLearning is often seen as the answer to poor learner engagement.

Many think gamification is “adding game mechanics or game elements to training content.”

These game mechanics commonly include things like leaderboards, prizes, or points and badges. When using these types of gamification, the expectation is that more time and better focus on the training should equal more learning and longer retention and, therefore, better results. But the technique doesn't always work as intended.

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  • Gamification of learning

  • Formative feedback

  • The testing effect

  • Instructional scaffolding

  • Adaptive training

  • ...and more!

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