As a professor myself, I can relate to an article in Forbes magazine pertaining how a new report suggests college students are studying more.
I give my students "office hours" though I make myself available at odd times. First-year students whom the college experience can remain a mystery, I find it very encouraging to see the study that underscores the importance of engagement and coaching with the first-year students which is what I provide myself and being there for my students as they need it the most and works greatly with student success.
THE SPIRIT TO SERVE
Today, I drove over hundred and fifty miles to meet one of our newest customers.
A Professor at the University of Alabama who had just arranged for not one but three of our emotional intelligent business simulations for his class of upwards to 250 students. With a previously arranged trip to Mississippi State I thought to take the formidable drive to see this Professor and thank him personally and put the name with the face.
How Emotion and The Hero's Journey Connects, Engages and Motivates Players
As the phenomenon of game-based learning continues to find its place in the educational experience, the question is this: what makes for an engaging, rewarding game-based experience. Well, the answer is not to be found in whizzbang technology but in fact in a time-honored construction: The hero's journey.
A great game-based experience is one that is immersive. The player finds themselves as an integral part of an unfolding story with all of the twists and turns and discoveries. So what drove the Iliad, or Moby Dick or Star Wars for that matter all boils down to the very same construction the hero's journey, and it is this story-based construction that makes for an unforgettable, memorable and meaningful experience.
January 06th, 2020
One of the unique and positive aspects of gamified learning is its ability to make learning easier for a wide array of clients. From CEOs to brand-new employees, the cornerstone of gamification for learning is the same. While many of our blogs focus on the beneficial relationship between a successful, dedicated business model and gamified learning strategies, today we’ll get outside the box a bit and explore how gamification can be just as effective in a more academic and educational setting. Some of our best clients are both instructors and students. Below we’ll explain how gamification can enhance the EQ of educational clients and why that’s so important