Gamification and Social Learning

Raise your hand if you played a game with someone in some shape or form during the pandemic.

I know I did, and I’m betting there’s a lot of raised hands reading this right now (you can put those down by the way). Playing games is a natural part of our lives, and it’s something we use not just to entertain ourselves but also to understand the world around us. Having grown up in environments that promote games, we’re used to competing in rule structures and abstracting our goals into them. Who is the better speller and knows more words? Let’s play Scrabble to find out. Want to get better at Scrabble? Learn more words. Who can run faster? Let’s race. Who knows more fun tidbits of information? Trivia night will tell us.

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