Here are the slides and some resources related to my Core4 ATD my presentation “Thinking Like a Game Designer”.
Here are the slides:
Here’s how to make notes right in PowerPoint.
If you want to try a card game designed for learning for yourself, here are some links:
Learn more about the “Zombie” card games here.
Here are some resources related to the concepts discussed within the presentation.
When you are in the classroom or teaching online, you may want to find new and interesting ways to engage students. Here is a course titled How to Increase Learner Engagement which provides ten great ideas for breaking away from the lecture and working toward engaging students on a meaningful level.
Thinking about gamification? Start small and then add more and more game elements. It’s effective from a learning perspective and really engages learners. If you are not sure where to start, check out “The Gamification of Learning.” It will help you think through the gamification process and to create meaningful gamified instruction. Here is a sneak peak.
WORKSHOPS and CONSULTING
Also, if you want a personal touch on learning about games, game-thinking or gamification, contact me for consulting or workshop needs. I can even design a learning game for your organization. I run a couple of different workshops and have consulted with organizations around the world on the convergence of learning, technology games, game-thinking and game design.
(although, I have to admit that 2018 is pretty full).