5 Examples Of Game Based Learning For Corporate Training

5 Examples Of Game Based Learning For Corporate Training

eLearning can be made more effective with the elements of Gamification wherein gaming elements are added into an eLearning course to craft a highly effective and engaging learning experience.

Rewards and recognitions have always motivated employees since inception, and honestly, that is their driving force. Gamification in eLearning promotes friendly competition, imparts a sense of achievement, engages learners to achieve the desired behavioral change, and motivates learners to advance through the course and take action, thereby influencing their behavior.

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Level 1: Partial Gamification 

This is the entry level usage of Gamification and can be applied as:

  • Gamified Quiz or Assessment in a traditional eLearning course.

Level 2: Game-Based Learning

In this case, the entire learning path is converted into a game. It features scores, badges, and leaderboards.

Level 3: Gamified Learning Path

This reflects a learning path that has challenges aggregating to achieving proficiency at different levels. It also features scores, badges, and leaderboards.

Level 4: Gamified Portals

This is the next-gen gamified approach that integrates concepts like learning paths with Microlearning, Social learning, and Personalization, while retaining the essential aspects (scores, badges, and leaderboards) of the previous two approaches.

By using these killer 5 examples of Game based learning, with the application of various levels of gamification, you can effectively impact and enhance the effectiveness of your corporate training.

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