P4D 2013 Gamification in E-learning presentation

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This is the slide presentation that was conducted for the Gamification in E-learning conference help by Knowledge Resources in RSA. …

This is the slide presentation that was conducted for the Gamification in E-learning conference help by Knowledge Resources in RSA.

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  • Elearning Examples - LMS
  • Elearning Examples – LMSLearning Fun and mastery... Learning is the drug...
  • Vitality – High Waze...702...
  • Linking to the Player Journey, and remaining in the Flow for all transitions within the JourneySustained Engagement – this is the model for a compelling experience to keep people hooked!! More moremore complex dashboard
  • Link P4D – Greatness... ExamplePassion4Development –cutting edge – fun – recognised – greatness
  • Links Game – from Ghengis Kahn to e-Learning to them...Examples:Photoshop= By gamifying the “onboarding” process for new users in the 30-day free trial of PhotoshopSalesfoce.com = Gamification, when integrated into sales force automation systems like Salesforce.com, SugarCRM, and others, makes recognition, competition, and achievement automated, scalable, and repeatable, and puts it directly into the systems that your salespeople already use.
  • Can not fail in a game – Boss fights, if you loose you start again, boss is a little easier - you win... Your continueNegative appraisal – where it is a Negative perspective now, gamification can alter that perception... Think of throwing away litter...Man those puppies were so CUTE!!! – and their learning taking place is FUN
  • PLB – show reputationShowLeaderboardsCommunity technologies is expected to reach $1.3 billion by the end of 2013Community learning (take place in collaboration – in school it’s called cheating... In the workplace its called collaboration

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  • 1. All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate
  • 2. Gamification in E-Learning Where we are going into the future Darryn: Visionary MD – Passion4Development 6,5%
  • 3. Agenda Presentation Expectations (#P4D_Fun) Hidden Message Definitions Basics of E-learning info Gamification “What it is not” Gamification “What it is “ The link of Gamification to E-learning All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 13%3
  • 4. All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Learning IS fun Is Learning
  • 5. Definitions E-learning E-learning refers to the use of electronic media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. Gamification Gamification is a loyalty and engagement tool that uses game mechanics and dynamics to galvanize (to stimulate to action) user behaviour goals All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 25%5
  • 6. Source: Bersin by Deloitte, 2013. What’s happening in the Industry 29% 16% 8% 9% 27% 30% 5% 8% 19% 27% 4% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Instruction/facilitation Development of Instructor-led content Development of e-learning content Off-the-shelf content External classes or Certification Assessment Services 2012 2010 Percentage of External Spending by Category-US (2010 vs. 2012) All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 31%6
  • 7. Current LMS’s Awaken Be Online Accrodlms 3dgamelab GamEffective Managermechanics BizPart Engage Platform The Plateau LMS (now called Success Factors) “Sloodle” that marries Second Life to “Moodle” Socrates-Minerva project Adaptive Learning Spaces and the FP7 project GRAPPLE All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 38%7
  • 8. Definitions E-learning E-learning refers to the use of electronic media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. Gamification Gamification is a loyalty and engagement tool that uses game mechanics and dynamics to galvanize (to stimulate to action) user behaviour goals All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 44%8
  • 9. All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate ‹#›
  • 10. Gamification is NOT... Turning everything into a game... Adding games in the workplace (solitaire etc...) Not converting your training programme into a game Not simulations or games during training All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 50%10
  • 11. Gartner Hype Cycle 11All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Peak of inflated Expectations Plateau of Productivity Slope of Enlightenment Trough of Disillusionment Technology Trigger VISIBILITY Time 63%
  • 12. The Psychology of Optimal Experience Mihály Csíkszentmihályi 12All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Lo w Skill s Hig h Challenges Hig h Anxiety Increasing Skills Boredo m Increasing Challenge 69%
  • 13. The Link game In how few realistic steps can you link: Genghis Kahn to E-learning Either individually, or in pairs 30 seconds to try All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 72%
  • 14. Player Types (derivative or Bartle player types) 14All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Acti ng Interact Conten t Peopl e 75%
  • 15. Pride-Frustration Model Positive Cycle Social Behaviour Willingness to Learn Positive Appraisal Success and pride in use Source: Emotional obstacles for e-learning – a user psychological analysis Emotional E-learning experience Negative Cycle Withdrawal behaviour Failure and frustration in use Negative Appraisal Unwillingness to learn All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate 81%15
  • 16. Pride-Frustration Model All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Negative Cycle Withdrawal behaviour Failure and frustration in use Negative Appraisal Unwillingness to learn 87.5%16
  • 17. 17 94% Pride-Frustration Model Source: Emotional obstacles for e-learning – a user psychological analysis All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Positive Cycle Social Behaviour Willingness to Learn Positive Appraisal Success and pride in use
  • 18. livhuwa / Ro livhuwa Ngiyathokoza InkomuNdo Ngiyabonga Kealeboha Siyabonga Enkosi All things are Possible but the Exceptional things are reserved for the Passionate Darryn Van Den Berg Passion4Developmen t P4D_SA 18