Learning games have been popular in schools for decades, but the potential of game-based learning is gradually being realised by the wider learning and development sphere.
As they wake up to the massive problems with learner engagement, learning professionals have been asking themselves where it all went wrong.
When did learning stop being fun?
The answer is simple: learning lost its lustre when the focus was taken off of the people taking the training. Now that the truth is out, there has never been a better time to be a learner.
Learning games are gradually being used in a number of ways for various applications, but who is reaping the benefits?
Let’s take a look at the types of people who are availing of learning games.