InSync Presentation Resources: Case of the Disengaged Learner

Great time presenting webinar for InSync Training today, here are some resources including the slides from the presentation. Case of the Disengaged Learner: InSync Training Presentation from Karl Kapp If you are interested, you can buy the Detective characters and template here. It’s great to shortcut the entire development process. Many people ask me how […]

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Keynote Resources for New Designs for Learning: Games & Gamification Conference

Great time at the New Designs for Learning: Games and Gamification Conference. Met so many wonderful people and had a great time discussing games and gamification. Here are the slides from the keynote: Case of the Disengaged Learner: New Designs for Learning Conference from Karl Kapp Also, many people ask me how I am able […]

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A Conversation with Allessandria Polizzi

I had a great conversation the other day with Allessandria Polizzi. Who has had an interesting career working with a variety of organizations including 7-Eleven and Pizza Hut. We talked about the industry, talent management, her exciting new venture and the upcoming “Silver Tsunami”. Here are some of the highlights. Kapp: You have been in […]

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Keynote Resources: Distance Teaching and Learning Conference

Great time at the education conference. Met a number of new friends and caught up with some long time friends! Wonderful conference discussing all the great things happening in higher education around distance learning and interactive learning. Here are the slides of my keynote. The Case of the Disengaged Distance Learner from Karl Kapp Also, […]

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Game Element: Fantasy

Recently, Deena Skolnick Weisberg, a senior fellow in the department of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, wrote an interesting article titled “Why kids can learn more from tales of fantasy than realism.” The article reminded me of some work I’ve done recently in looking at the role of fantasy in learning and why fantasy […]

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