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Gamification: What is it and How Can I Use it to Change my Classroom?

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Overview

Maybe you've heard the buzz about gamification of the classroom and wondered what it involved. Or maybe you fail to see how or why it should be used in the classroom. In this webinar, Lauren Boucher will introduce the concept of gamification and explain how it can be applied in classrooms and the benefits of doing so. She will discuss the basics of game design and how you can employ them in your classroom. In addition, Lauren will offer specific suggestions and provide resources that you can use to develop a classroom gamification system for management, instruction, or both.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, March 17, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Communication & Collaboration, Game-based Learning , Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: game design, gamification of classroom, gamified classroom, student motivation

Reviews (36)

Full Member
 
This has definitely been one of my favorite webinars so far (I'm a new user). I have always loved games myself and I know my kids do, too.
Full Member
 
makes you want to learn
 
I feel like the students could get hooked on these and expect them every unit.
Full Member
 
Very interesting webinar! I'm looking forward to researching this farther and implementing it into my classroom!
Full Member
+4
 
Webinar was well presented.
Full Member
 
"Fun increases motivation."
Full Member
 
Applying games to the learning experience. This can be helpful with many of my students. Playing games to learn math concepts is ideal for third graders.
Full Member
+2
 
This is useful. Thanks!
Full Member
+4
 
Very interesting. Before you said it, I was thinking, "Simplek12 uses a lot of gamification!" I am looking to engage my students more. Thank you for the suggestions.
One question I do have: I teach Spanish. If I need students to reach a certain point by the end of the year, how can gamification guarantee that the differentiation will allow all students reach the end by the end of the year?
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Thank you for all the helpful tips and ideas.
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