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GWC14: Thijs de Vries - "Playful learning: How to intrinsically motivate students?"

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Thijs de Vries talk's presentation at Gamification World Congress 2014

Thijs de Vries talk's presentation at Gamification World Congress 2014

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  • 1. Playful learning Thijs de Vries - GWC ‘14 @thijsdevries
  • 2. + =
  • 3. Projects Process Product
  • 4. What is playful learning?
  • 5. Playful?
  • 6. Learning?
  • 7. Christopher Niemiec & Richard Ryan “Students tend to learn better and are more creative when intrinsically motivated.” Autonomy, competence and relatedness in the classroom (2009)
  • 8. Playing as children
  • 9. Free space to play
  • 10. Getting better at something
  • 11. Creating meaningful stories
  • 12. Free space to play Getting better at something Creating meaningful stories
  • 13. Free space to play Creating meaningful stories Getting better at something
  • 14. Daniel Pink “If you want to intrinsically motivate people, you need autonomy, mastery and purpose.” Drive (2011)
  • 15. When dœs learning become playful?
  • 16. Autonomy MeaningMastery When dœs learning become playful?
  • 17. Autonomy
  • 18. Autonomy Extrinsic control Intrinsic control Structure No structure
  • 19. Autonomy Extrinsic control Intrinsic control Structure No structure
  • 20. Autonomy Extrinsic control Intrinsic control Structure No structure Exams Grades Mentors Electives Learning goals
  • 21. Mastery
  • 22. Long-term goal Medium-term goal Short-term goal
  • 23. Skills / Time Difficulty
  • 24. Skills / Time Difficulty
  • 25. Skills / Time Difficulty
  • 26. Skills / Time Difficulty
  • 27. Skills / Time Difficulty
  • 28. Skills / Time Flow Boredom Aversion Difficulty
  • 29. Long-term goal Medium-term goal Short-term goal Skills / Time Boredom Aversion Difficulty
  • 30. Long-term goal Medium-term goal Short-term goal Skills / Time Boredom Aversion Difficulty Small targets leading to big goals Finding the right challenge for each student
  • 31. Meaning
  • 32. human-like positive feedback social connections add (fictional) meaning
  • 33. You learn better when intrinsically motivated
  • 34. Offer choice for the feeling control
  • 35. Offer the right challenge
  • 36. Create meaningful context
  • 37. Learning = playful
  • 38. @thijsdevries thijs@creativeseeds.nl Thank you! Want to unlock more information?