…Gamification can involve conflict, competition, or cooperation.…In many cases, a combination of two or more of these elements.…A conflict is a challenge provided by a meaningful opponent.…To win a challenge, the player must actively defeat the opponent and…see who'll be the last player standing.…Conflict can also be between a player and the environment.…It could be that elements of the game attempt to thwart the player, such as…non-player characters shooting at the player or obstacles suddenly appearing.…
With conflict, the idea is to become a winner while voiding a loss at…the hands of the opponent.…In an educational setting,…conflict is not the most productive means of motivating learners.…Other choices are better.…One better choice is the concept of competition.…Competition occurs when the opponents are constrained from impeding each other and…instead devote their entire effort to optimizing their own performance.…This is a more appropriate approach for motivation within a learning environment.…
A common example of competition occurs in racing games.…
- Exploring games, gamification, and simulations
- Content gamification vs. structural gamification
- Seeing gamification in action
- Capitalizing on intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- Collecting, acquiring, and allocating resources
- Constructing and creating
- Setting up rules
- Providing feedback
- Telling a story
- Thinking like a game designer
Skill Level Intermediate
Captivate 9: Software Simulationswith Anastasia McCune2h 47m Intermediate
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Intermediate
1. Exploring Gamification
2. Gamification in Action: Three Case Studies
3. Theory Behind the Practice
4. Gamification Dynamics
5. Elements of Gamification
6. Implementing Gamification
Gamification in elearning3m 34s
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