Category: Games

“It’s infographics like these that help stop the Education sector running screaming from the mishmash of terms in the Gamification Industry” As usual the field of gamification and game learning is awash in terms, terminology, misconceptions and confusion. If that’s the case for the Industry what do you think that makes teachers, students and parents make of the whole thing? That’s where wonderful infographics like this one come in. They easily break down concepts and

I’m a psychologist with a personal focus on the development of assessments. One aspect of my work is the use of commercial games to help assess the skill set of future employees. Of course skill assessment done through gamified systems like iam-it and other IamProgrez tools are on another level in terms of assessment and behavioral prediction but commercial games have a fun role to play. These games are by their nature not only more