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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Gamification! Let's make learning fun again



Gamification  is not a new concept, it's just that in 2017 we have moved it to online or via AR/VR/VLE. (Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Virtual Learning Experiences)

Ones I assume you all know about already, but if not you should.





 







 

 

Bwahahaha is all I can say but great way to get instant feedback on a meeting/presentation if you’re brave enough = https://thismeeting.sucks/


Math for grades 1-8 https://prodigygame.com/


 

Free & I’ve had the most success with today experimenting:
http://www.purposegames.com/ = allows you to create different games like the anatomy of grass I just made for Dr. Lane, you can only put in the link to it http://www.purposegames.com/game/f6b4a30d2f

http://www.proprofs.com/games/word-search/ = you can create games like word search, cross word, etc… that they can play on the PC & embed into the course http://www.proprofs.com/games/word-search/anatomy-of-grass/




 



Just to make a game for the heck of it, think old school arcade style, I know teachers who use this in their game design classes they teach:
 

Good resource but not very sophisticated looking games when done = http://www.classtools.net/

 

Require you download software to create games. I’ve only seen tweets that they are good for teaching gaming:
Adventure Game Studio  = http://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/

 
Game Salad = https://gamesalad.com/

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