[…] let people explore and think more deeply about concepts that have been introduced […] People don’t like to be taught, they prefer learning by themselves […] When they play, Particpants get the sense of ownership rather than feeling guests to the training […] the depth of learning is much bigger when there is recent […]
Why do we use training games?
[…] ensures a higher degree of emotional involvement as well as information retention […] more emotional experience equals better memory of the material taught in the training […] emotions or excitement are always permanent in one’s Mind […] providing spikes in emotions (both good and bad) […]
[…] Although I could teach exactly the same thing in a simpler, traditional way, I prefer to use different methodologies, because it keeps students focused and motivated. […] enables you to turn a dry subject into something exciting and engaging […] when you put the gamemification elements there, people are experiencing the situation holistically […]
[…] Takes the threat out of what maybe a difficult or challenging subject […] Acceptance becomes easier, thus promoting ownership of the situation […] it helps people connect, be more open to various perspectives even if it contradicts their own beliefs […] We use games to create trust, laughter and rapport within the group which […]
[…] the most preferred learning style of modern learners is visual and kinesthetic […] People learn in a variety of ways and catering for many learning needs/styles in one course can be a challenge […] Laughter, doing, thinking and listening 4 ways to impress on the mind instead of one […] ensure all learning styles […]