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Ihconference2012

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  • 1. Playing a game is… ...the voluntary attempt... ...to overcome unnecessary obstacles . Or in other words... Games make us happy because they are (hard) work we have chosen for ourselves
  • 2.
      • The four elements of a game
    • A goal
    • Rules
    • A feedback system
    • Voluntary participation
  • 3. Why gamify reality?
  • 4. More satisfying work http://www.safeshare.tv/w/nxdLWcdMQR
  • 5. The experience or hope of being successful
  • 6. Social connection
  • 7. Purpose
  • 8. Are you happy in your work? Yes because... No because.. . I get satisfaction from teaching a good class I get on well with my colleagues / boss I don’t feel supported I have opportunities to develop The pay is rubbish I work long hours / split shifts
  • 9. a few examples
  • 10. Day in the cloud http://dayinthecloud.com
  • 11. Nike+ http://nikeplus.com
  • 12. Investigate Your MPs Expenses http://mpsexpenses.guardian.co.uk
  • 13. What we saw... So why not a game to help encourage continuing professional development for EFL teachers? A fitness game Crowdsourcing An in-flight game
  • 14. http://www.wix.com/paulbraddock/the-school-td-game_real
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  • 22. What might be in room 2? What should be in room 2? What else should be in other rooms?
  • 23. thank you

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