Play Games to Make Games

Using games to educate adults isn’t just a trend, it’s a compelling way to help people learn strategy, resource allocation, and innovative thinking. In fact, there is a large body of research that shows that games are more effective than lecture-based approaches to learning.

The reasons for using games are obvious. Sharon Boller and Karl Kapp explain it best in their new book, Play to Learn: Everything You Need to Know About Designing Effective Learning Games, “Games provide an opportunity for each learner to have a personalized learning experience in which the learner can choose to review content, attempt different strategies, experiment, and experience the game differently from co-workers and still reach the same learning outcome.”

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