The Value of Games in Education – Sande Chen

So gamification is very new. In fact, a lot of people think it’s just a business catchphrase that sounds good, though it sounds much better than “serious games,” which would be game-based learning. Even “game-based learning” probably sounds better than serious games. Serious games don’t sound very fun. But it was used as a term to talk with non-entertainment people, like in the military. So you can say, “Hey, you want a game to train your soldiers?”

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Visual Thinking In eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know – Christopher Pappas

One of the most significant benefits of visual thinking in eLearning is that it can simplify more complicated or involved processes and ideas. Rather than trying to explain the relationship between two concepts, for example, you can create a chart that compares and contrasts them for the learner. Continue reading