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La impresión 3D, revulsivo para la industria aeroespacial

La impresión 3D, revulsivo para la industria aeroespacial | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Aerojet Rocketdyne, utilizando láseres de alta potencia, proyecta la introducción de la impresión 3D en la industria aeroespacial
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Self Preservation - Gamified UK Blog

Self Preservation - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Many years ago I was looking at starting up a self defence class (I was teaching JuJitsu at the time). This document was based on conversations with people who had been attacked and reading...
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Verint Expands Customer Engagement Optimization Portfolio with Gamification

Verint Expands Customer Engagement Optimization Portfolio with Gamification | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Have you considered that employees are likely the most important investment your organization makes in customer satisfaction?
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Without eLearning games, your learners will be bored to tears - eLearning Brothers

Without eLearning games, your learners will be bored to tears - eLearning Brothers | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
eLearning games can make sure your learners aren’t bored to tears by the end of a training experience.
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Applying Games in Education to Teach STEM - Gamification Co

Applying Games in Education to Teach STEM - Gamification Co | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
University of Washington research group develops games in education, Max5 to prepare students for STEM courses and careers.
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#Gamification: Engaging Students With Narrative

#Gamification: Engaging Students With Narrative | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Gamify a classroom by introducing a fun narrative, reframing assignments to fit into that narrative, and making students care about the outcome.
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Video Game Research Finds Health Applications in Autism - Gamification Co

Video Game Research Finds Health Applications in Autism - Gamification Co | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Video gaming startup Akili is partnering with Autism Speaks to invest in video game research and development for application in helping autism.
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Five Lessons March Madness Teaches Us About Gamification - Techzone360

Five Lessons March Madness Teaches Us About Gamification - Techzone360 | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Where does this mass hysteria over the NCAA come from? Its not just about a widespread love of basketball. Its popularity is the result of the tournament''s unique structure and gamified elements that make it highly addictive to watch and wager on.
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8 Reasons Why Open #Badges Are Awesome Infographic

8 Reasons Why Open #Badges Are Awesome Infographic | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it

8 Reasons Why Open Badges Are Awesome Infographic Are you looking for a fresh approach to recognising your learners skills? Open Badges is a program by Mozilla that issues digital badges to recognize skills and achievements. The 8 Reasons Why Open Badges Are Awesome Infographic presents the u... http://elearninginfographics.com/8-reasons-open-badges-awesome-infographic/


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Design compelling experiences, not addicting - Gamified UK Blog

Design compelling experiences, not addicting - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Create well made and compelling systems, don't try and make stuff addictive.
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5 Killer Examples Of #Gamified #eLearning

5 Killer Examples Of #Gamified #eLearning | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
In this article we aim to show you 5 examples of great Gamified eLearning and guide you how to set about designing your own great Gamified eLearning course.
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What is #Gamification?

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This presentation highlights areas of gamification and looks at some examples from professional organizations and the accounting field.
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Fun: It's a funny thing really - Gamified UK Blog

Fun: It's a funny thing really - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Fun comes in all shapes and sizes - my daughter teaches me yet another valuable lesson!
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3 Basic Principles to Gamify Employee Training - Gamification Co

3 Basic Principles to Gamify Employee Training - Gamification Co | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Gamify employee training to boost your organization's learning curve with these 3 principles.
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5 Groups of Fun - Gamified UK Blog

5 Groups of Fun - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
Grouping the types of fun that I have found so far and trying to make some sense of it all!
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How to Use Gamification to Motivate Social Sharing at Events

How to Use Gamification to Motivate Social Sharing at Events | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
A new app uses points and prizes to encourage attendees to share content and photos from events.
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iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Monster Math: Build Mental Math Skills and Fact Fluency

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The science behind gamification | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog

The science behind gamification | Origin Learning – A Learning Solutions Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
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Gaminomics Event London 11th June 2015

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Cláudia Gomes's curator insight, April 19, 4:02 PM

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Emergence: Learning to Love the Unintentional - Gamified UK Blog

Emergence: Learning to Love the Unintentional - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
It may seem that his is not really applicable to gamificaiton. In gamification we are usually trying to drive certain outcomes or encourage a particular set of behaviours. But why should that be all that we are doing? If you look at a gamified system, it contains a set of simple rules or mechanics that a use interacts with. In gamificaiton emergence is often considered cheating. Take the unintentional situation that can emerge when the rules allow for an unexpected behaviour. You assign points to people for inviting other people into the system. The intention of the design would be simple. They would expect people to behave in a way they would consider “acceptable”, so maybe inviting a 1 or 20 people. However, the rules and mechanics allow for much more than that. A user could invite hundreds of people. They could create a script that invites thousands people.

Is that cheating? If the rules never stated there was a limit to the number of people each user could invite and the mechanics of the system allow it to happen – then no. Really it is emergence. A user has taken the rules and the mechanics and done something unexpected, but totally allowed!

The real question is, how can we make use of this? Well, the guy who wrote a script to email thousands of people, showed some serious initiative an potentially some coding skills that may have been previously  unknown to the company. As a designer we could allow a lack of rigidity in our rules to try and encourage people to come up with creative solutions to the problems we present them. We have to be a little careful that that creativity is not seen as cheating though – what is fair game for some is often seen as cheating by others. Where a player user type may feel paying for stuff to get further is fine, an achiever type my well feel that is cheating as an example.

Another good example is people creating social groups and trading votes, answers, ideas and the like. Again, some may see it as unethical – but if the rules allow it – it is fair game!

To encourage this sort of emergence, you need to create simple mechanics and rules – building blocks if you will – that allow users freedom to test the system and produce more creative solutions than you had originally considered. You have to make sure that people can’t push too far, but it can be really engaging and motivational to feel that you have enough autonomy to get imaginative.

Let them play, you may be surprised what comes of it!
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The 5 Most Important Traits Needed for School Success (Trait #2)

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The 5 Most Important Traits Needed for School Success (Trait #2) #constantcontact http://t.co/RPCB0huy0l
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Gamify #eLearning Development to Engage Content Creators #Gamification

Gamify #eLearning Development to Engage Content Creators #Gamification | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it

#Wondering how to Gamify eLearning Development? Check the article Gamify eLearning Development To Engage Content Creators

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#Gamification with or without the tech

#Gamification with or without the tech | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
It's easy to think gamification is only for the tech savvy. Or to be put off by the buzzwordiness of it. But actually you can incorporate it into your classroom without having all the latest tech t...
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How Playing Multiplayer #VideoGames Help me Develop a Growth Mindset

How Playing Multiplayer #VideoGames Help me Develop a Growth Mindset | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it

Some video games can actually improve your intelligence. Read my story on how I developed a growth mindset through multiplayer video games.

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Learning about playfulness from Toca Boca - Gamified UK Blog

Learning about playfulness from Toca Boca - Gamified UK Blog | (I+D)+(i+c): Gamification, Game-Based Learning (GBL) | Scoop.it
I learn how to play and be playful with Toca Boca and my kids!
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