…Gamification and…it's application to learning environments is not without a bit of controversy.…The area of controversy surrounding gamification is the argument of…intrinsic motivation versus extrinsic motivation.…It is argued that gamification relies too much on…external factors to motivate learners and not enough on internal factors.…So let's back up a moment and define both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.…Intrinsic motivation is when someone is motivated by internal factors,…such as wanting to partake in an activity because it provides satisfaction.…
Or taking part in an activity, because it provides an opportunity to learn or for…the feeling of accomplishment that the activity evokes.…Intrinsic motivation in gamification would come from a learner mastering new content,…feeling a sense of accomplishment and…having a sense of control over their own actions.…On the other hand, extrinsic motivation is when an activity is…undertaken simply to earn a reward or to avoid punishment.…With extrinsic motivation, a person is not motivated by internal factors.…
- 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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