2018 was one hectic year for eLearning, where a lot of newer trends gained traction. But what does this mean for 2019? What are the top eLearning trends to watch out for this year? Through this Infographic, we bring you 5 insightful and informative eLearning trends.
Picture a teenager bent over a videogame, intent to master Level 99 and conquer the world. Contrast that image with the image of a student trying to master a long list of terms for his class in Anatomy & Physiology. Why is the former student so motivated, and the latter is itching to get away?
Game designers make use of certain elements and strategies that draw players into the game and motivate them to keep on playing.
Read on to find out 5 creative ways to incorporate gaming elements into your course.
Parents and educators tend to discourage teens from playing online games or video games, thinking that the games encourage isolation and a degradation of interpersonal skills.
Surprisingly, however, some educators believe that video games might actually help students develop crucial skills that improve their self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and interpersonal relationships. According to Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D., playing online games or video games can promote each of the 5 core competencies of social emotional learning: