Are you interested in learning more about gaming? Are you trying to determine whether it might be an appropriate training and development solution, but arenat sure where to start? While games have long been an important part of human social developmentathink learning to take turns in a board game, and strategizing about future moves in chess or checkersawe are only now beginning to understand how games can be a powerful tool in learning. This issue of TD at Work will: define games, gamification, and simulation; and discuss the types of games people playwalk you through the process of creating a game by outlining its design and gaming frameworkdescribe how to get stakeholders and sponsors to support the gaming solution.Traditional games are professionally printed, and an e-game is complete with graphics. Like any pilot, the purpose is to confirm ... The card is read aloud to the other players or teams and the question is answered. The remaining teams willanbsp;...
|Title||:||Game Design for Learning|
|Publisher||:||Association for Training and Development - 2014-07-01|