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Last updated 20 January 2012, created 14 September 2011, viewed 939
This paper considers the emergence of gamification and how it could impact on education. It looks at behavioural economics and then Fogg's behaviour model as vehicle to nudge learners in the right direction.
Author: Paul Ladley
Paul is a director of games-ED (http://www.games-ed.co.uk) and hewr More…ites a lot on games based learning -his blog can be found at http://www.games-based-learning.com
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An interesting article which argues how gamification can be used to shift behaviours and how games based learning can impact performance in terms of subject understanding.
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