Today I had the pleasure of being the closing keynote at The Allen Experience and met some awesome people and had a great time. Here are the slides and other resources from the presentation.
Here are the slides.
Here are some other resources that might be helpful.
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
Show the Learner Visible Signs of Their Learning
Here is some information on thinking like a game designer. Improve Training: Thinking Like a Game Designer
Here are some elements you can add to your training to elevate the level of engagement. Five Gaming Elements for Effective eLearning
10 Best Practices for Implementing Gamification
8 Game Elements to Make Learning More Intriguing
8 Gamification of Learning Mistakes you Need to Avoid
Additional Articles and Posts of Interest
Six Ways Innovation is Stifled in the Learning Field
Six Ways to Foster Innovation in the Learning Field
What Happens in a Story…Happens in Your Brain
Feedback in Learning Games
Three Videos on Educational Creativity
Put Your Learner at Risk
Engage Your Learner: Add Suspense, Mystery, Intrigue
Two Opposite but Important Elements of Learning
Sorry, Games and Gamification are Not Magic
When to Use #Gamification
Teaching Expert Learners
More Blogs on Games and Gamification
An Elusive Definition: “Gamification for Learning”
Rules: The Foundation of Games and Gamification
Games, Gamification and the Freedom to Fail
Three “Non-Traditional” Gamification Elements
To learn about gamification and games for learning:
If you’d rather check out an online course on gamification, go to the following link for a ten day free trial at Lynda.com.Check out Karl’s Online Course The Gamification of Learning at Lynda.com
The Gamification of Learning explores how to use game concepts to make your learning design engaging.
Click here to visit a catalog of Resources on this subject.