Played education is an effective style of training that uses game elements or mechanisms to make learning more interesting for learners. The use of the game in training and education promotes the memorization of contents, even very complicated ones, and helps to put into practice the processes learned. Gamification Mechanics modernizes and digitizes the approach to learning in order to make the process more dynamic and engaging. You can create a truly original and effective experience, a truly original and effective experience to increase the involvement of your students and colleagues in the different topics covered.
1. Provide real-time advice and feedback with educational games
Feedback plays a vital role in learning and development through play. It is a personalized way to connect with the student, gather their opinion and help them progress. It is therefore very important and also essential. For best results in real-time, informal feedback is the most effective. It helps them accept your comments more easily because it shows that you are paying attention to what the person is doing.
The power of “positive” feedback to improve engagement and motivation is very important in developing skills and discovering unexpected qualities. Regardless of the context, be it academic or business, you will be able to gain valuable resources from people who genuinely value their efforts versus those who criticize them and only focus on the negatives. However, “negative” feedback is constructive and is still necessary to guide students in the right direction. For an employee or students to truly progress, they need to be made aware of their potential for improvement.
For training, feedback can take several forms. Experience-based feedback can be offered in the form of validation or awards such as a badge, a point ranking, or verifying that they have understood a concept well with a good grade on a test, for example. A game program also allows you to collect important data to guide and advise students on how to improve by highlighting what they have learned. There are tons of ways to maintain a strong connection with the participant, keeping them engaged in activities and active throughout the course.
2. Show students how to apply what they have learned
Educational and academic games are a great way to emphasize their use in a fun way and in a relaxed atmosphere to allow participants to do their best. Feeding their desire to learn and promoting information storage requires repeating their concept. However, to keep the desire to learn and train alive, but above all the student’s desire to do it in the long term, innovation and action are required. The games are perfect for testing skills and knowledge, as well as putting into practice what they have acquired during learning or in class. Educational games play this role by presenting content in a completely new way and with new customizable features to keep the student’s desire to learn and progress high.
Your gamified project should be consistent for all participants and aligned with the objectives of your learning environment or with the lectures and needs of the participants. Within the game itself, this can translate into an indicator of the player’s progress over the course of the game, such as the level he is at or the number of lives remaining. This way, he will have a better understanding of why to develop those skills and the benefits your training offers in his daily working life.