EDU 926 Gamification in Education
Gamification is the use of game design principles and elements in non-gaming environments. This course explores the elements and psychology of gamification as applied to the classroom environment, focusing on the application of these systems, gamification tech tools available for use, and developing gamification systems for classroom use.
Investigates “gamification,” the application of game-like mechanics to other areas of activity, such as classrooms and school. Examines examples of existing applications of gamification, the psychological research of playing games, and presents opportunities for the development of systems for gamifying classrooms.
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Gave me the confidence I needed to jump into gamification.M.W.
It was enjoyable and I took a lot away from it.A.W., Math Teacher
Made me stop and think how to make learning more game like and fun for students.N.M., Elementary Teacher
I'm going to try out some gamification next year using Classcraft.A.W., Math Teacher
I am really going to add more gaming features since students tend to excel with that format.A.G., Social Studies Teacher
Showing all the different ways you can gamify a class was the most valuable in my mind. Also, finding additional resources that I can use in my own classroom.A.G., Social Studies Teacher
Great info and practical use!M.P., Social Studies Teacher
I plan on changing some of my units to incorporate more of a gaming perspective.R.P., Math Teacher
I really enjoyed learning new gaming techniques to utilize in my classroom.A.B., Language Arts Teacher
The course helped me understand what gamification is really about. I developed an better understanding of why it works, how it works, and how to implement. Walking away from this course ready to gamify.M.L., Social Studies Teacher
I really enjoyed this class. I love how we were assigned readings but also allowed to research on our own a really tailor the content of this class to our teaching situation.N.D.
I will use this information until I retire.M.L., Social Studies Teacher
The most valuable part was doing my own research for each module. It was nice being given the freedom to research what interested me while being guided by the topics of each module.J.S., Elementary Teacher
I loved the course content. The amount of work was on par with what I expected...not too much and not too little. Course readings were lengthy enough to get the information without being too time consuming.M.F., Tech Specialist
The course was very informative and gave great examples of ways to gamify lessons with technologyT.R., Science Teacher
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