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The Difference Between Gamification And Game-Based Learning

Da das Thema auf vielen Tagesordnungen in Corporate Learning steht, mag diese Begriffsklärung die eine oder andere Diskussion abkürzen. Mir haben zwei Hinweise besonders gefallen: zum einen das augenzwinkernde, aber wahre „life is itself gamified“; und: „Among the ideal uses of game-based learning is learning simulations.“

„Gamification is the application of game-like mechanics to non-game entities to encourage a specific behavior. Game-based learning is simply learning through games.
This means that gamification is first and foremost about encouragement mechanics and the system that promotesthem, while game-based learning is first and foremost about the game and its ‚cognitive residue‘ (whether from the game’s content, or traditional curriculum).
Both can be used to promote mastery of academic content.“

TeachThought, 4. April 2014

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