Join Karl Kapp for an in-depth discussion in this video Scoring, part of Gamification of Learning.
…Scoring is a large part of gamification.…It can help determine the success or failure of your effort.…Therefore, designers must carefully consider the formulas and…approach they take for scoring learners.…Without scoring, it's difficult for…learners to judge their own performance and progress within a gamified event.…So here are four things you should consider when it comes to scoring.…First, make scoring and winning transparent.…Avoid complicated algorithms or formulas.…
The learner should be able to link, directly, their actions and…activities to a score.…So they need to know what they need to do, to be successful.…Make sure to determine what happens in various scoring scenarios ahead of time.…Run scenarios to see what happens.…If a learner gets every question wrong or every question right, or…skips every question.…Yes, it might seem like a scenario will never happen, but if you could imagine it,…the learners will do it.…You want to know of any potential problems ahead of time, not during the process.…
Second, use scoring to drive behavior.…
- 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 Appropriate for all
Instructional Design: Storyboardingwith Daniel Brigham1h 14m Appropriate for all
Captivate 9: Software Simulationswith Anastasia McCune2h 47m Appropriate for all
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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