There is an upcoming webinar hosted by Karl Kapp and Deborah Thomas entitled “Gamification and Learning: Engaging Students with Interactive Curricula.” The webinar will take place Tuesday, April 28 – one week from today – at 11:00 A.M. PST. The main topics of discussion will include:
- The meaning of ‘gamification’
- Strategies for integrating games into curricula
- Skills and lessons best taught with games
- Game elements most effective in academics
If you are at all interested in observing and interacting with those who are proficient in utilizing game-based learning, take a look at the full link here to get more information and register for the webinar there!
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