Serious Play Conference Resources

Here are the slides from the conference presentation. They include the citations to the research I mentioned in the presentation. Where is the learning in games? from Karl Kapp Here is a link to the 2KLearning web site. Articles of Interest Three Guidelines for Effectively Integrating Games in the Classroom Summary of #Games Research Qualitative […]

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Orlando Workshop Resources

Here are the resources to accompany the workshop on Storytelling. Here are the slides from the presentation. Here are slides for using PollEverywhere to create interactive questions within a story. Using Poll Everywhere to Create an Interactive Story-based Presentation from Karl Kapp Here are slides for creating a field that you can write on within […]

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Random Thoughts on Passive Learning and Lectures

This quote got me thinking this morning. “Passivity isn’t wrong because it’s boring; it’s wrong because it doesn’t work” Daniels, H., and Bizar, M. (2005). Teaching the best practice way: Methods that matter. Portland, OR: Stenhouse. (quote brought to my attention by this article Rethinking Direct Instruction in Online Learning. I recently came across a […]

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Resources: ATD Washington DC Workshop

Here are some slides and resources that were discussed during the workshop. Here is sample story to use as a reference. Solving the Case of the Disengaged Learner from Karl Kapp Here are the directions for writing within PowerPoint Take Notes Right on a PowerPoint Slide from Karl Kapp Here are directions for PollEverywhere. Using […]

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Implementing Gamification? Consider These Tips

Here are some tips for implementing gamification. Align. Align game and gamification tools, methods and content with curriculum content objectives. Don’t just gamify or add game elements randomly, make sure the tools and methods match learning and curriculum outcomes. You should always be able to tie your gamification activities directly to learning outcomes. Inform. Before […]

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Entrepreneur Camp for Instructional Designers: Teaching Disruption

Within the last few weeks, my colleague Mark Burke conducted an exciting and fun two day camp for our Instructional Technology students focused on helping instructional designers become entrepreneurs. It was called Entrepreneurial Workshop for Instructional Designers. I was fortunate enough to observe the workshop. The camp was wonderful, the students applied “thinking skills” to […]

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A Conversation with Danny Stefanic of LearnBrite

The other day I had a great conversation with Danny Stefanic. Danny is an educational entrepreneur. His current company is LearnBrite which has virtual characters, adaptive learning and all other types of really interesting learning elements including some great work with avatars and text-to-speech. Kapp: You’ve been around in the technology industry for some time, […]

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2015 ATD ICE Conference Slides & Resources

Great time presenting at ATD ICE Conference, so many wonderful people and experiences. Here are the slides and other information from my presentation. 8 Types of Stories to Effect Change Storytelling and Instructional Design Eight Game Elements to Make Learning More Intriguing Games, Gamification and the Quest for Learner Engagement Gamification, Separating Fact from Fiction […]

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