Tag Archives: gamifying

Presentation Plan: Utah Council for the Social Studies – Nov. 2, 2019

If you’re teacher in Utah, or if you just so happen to be visiting Utah in early November, I would love to meet with you and talk gamification. I’m gamifying my course again this year, and the game is in … Continue reading

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Games and Game Elements & Mechanics in the Classroom: A Simple Taxonomy

When I began teaching in the Spring of 2008, I was teaching adults in a college setting, and I acted under the assumption that students were just like me – they’d like what I liked, learn how I learned, and … Continue reading

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Student Feedback at Two Weeks Gamifying (What They Fear)

I have a tendency toward writing a lot of words, so I’ve decided that in hopes of also appealing to people who want to cut straight to the chase, any classroom-ready bits of practical advice will always be in bold … Continue reading

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Stepping Out on a Limb in Gamification

So as not to bury the lead, I made some big changes in my ever-changing classroom this past week. This was the first week of what I hope will be many weeks of adding game elements to a classroom in … Continue reading

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