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Don’t Think Like an Instructional Designer — Think Like a Game Designer

Posted on 23 October 2015 by jrobes

Karl Kapp, Experte und Buchautor (”The Gamification of Learning and Instruction”), hat sein Anliegen gleich als Spiel verpackt, und die Botschaften kommen leichtfüßig, aber treffsicher: “People are motivated when they have autonomy, mastery and relatedness.”

“Here are five tips to help an instructional designer to think like a game designer:
1) Begin with activity
2) Create curiosity, mystery, intrigue
3) Create a challenge for the learner
4) Put learners at “mock” risk
5) Give learners choices”

Karl Kapp, Kapp Notes, 6. Oktober 2015

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