How Game-Based Learning Is Transforming Adult Education

Using games to educate and train people is nothing new. Everyone has been part of a team-building exercise that was based loosely around the idea of a game of charades or partaken in a training day that involved some variety of competitive team activity. But the advent of digital and online gaming has blown open the possibilities available to educators everywhere. We’ve collated some of the ways these new digital and online gaming applications are changing the way people learn out in the real world.

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Pilots Fly Digitally Before Doing it for Real

Flight simulators are nothing new, with both military and civilian pilots being trained on digital flight simulators of one form or another since as early as the 1950s. Simulators are now so advanced that you can learn the essentials of how to fly virtually any aircraft in the world from the comfort of your desktop, thanks to programs like Xplane, and even Take On Helicopters for those who prefer to learn how to fly choppers instead of jets.

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