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Ideas for Training the “Gaming Generation”

Posted by on June 11th, 2013 Posted in: Online Classes, Teaching Technologies, Training Tips


How can we adapt training for the “gaming generation”?  Becky Pike discusses a few ideas for incorporating games into training, whether in-person or online, high tech or low tech.  Ideas include a matching game, simulations, quizzes with “points” awarded, or having students blog questions and answers.  If the games are tied directly to the content being presented, even those not part of the “gaming generation” may find game activities fun and rewarding.

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