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Gamification in Education

Kevin Corbett

It is from Knewton Learning. As I’ve written in previous posts, it’s first important to distinguish Game-based Learning from Gamification , while recognizing there are measurable cognitive, social, emotional, and learning increases, with successful implementation. The default environment of school often results in undesirable outcomes such as disengagement, cheating, learned helplessness, and dropping out.[Jody