Game-based learning makes learning more enjoyable — but it’s also specifically designed to get employees job-ready, in less time.
Learning by doing is an intuitive concept widely accepted in learning theory — but too often, the reality is “learn slowly by struggling.”
Card games are a great way to have learners review materials, apply skills and learn from their mistakes.
Game-based learning offers numerous benefits, including increased learner engagement, retention and on-the-job application.
Game-based learning can foster learner engagement, encourage motivation and deliver a higher return on investment for organizations that embrace it.
Kahoot!, the game-based learning platform, today announced the addition of new features for professionals who want to deliver stellar presentations.
Simple changes to learning modes and activity types can provide practical, meaningful learning experiences that encourage action and lighten the cognitive load.
While the failure to align game design with key business goals is identified as the culprit for ineffective gamified training solutions, a root cause is the failure to integrate what we know about how the brain learns into the design of solutions.