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Gamification In ACTION

Karl Kapp’s inspiring and thought-provoking interview with Learnnovators left us wondering about the amazing possibilities of gamification and game-based learning. In addition, this also made us think about the other areas of our lives where gamification and game mechanics are making an impact. We set out on a journey to explore and see how the community and the industry are presently perceiving and practicing these methodologies in learning as well as in other situations. Read on…

Gaze Into The Future Of E-Learning With Karl Kapp - Part 1

Gaze Into The Future Of eLearning With Karl Kapp - Part 1

In an exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Karl Kapp shares his insights and foresights on the challenges of building an education system that aligns with the dynamically changing demands of this knowledge age. He also speaks about how gamification is going to influence this learning revolution, with advice for today’s instructional technologists and companies who aspire to incorporate gamification in learning. Read on…

The 5 Best Free Gradebook Tools for Teachers

The 5 Best Free Gradebook Tools for Teachers

As a teacher, we must all keep a gradebook. The problem is that flipping through pages and pages of grades can become tedious after a while. With a paper gradebook, it’s difficult to quickly and accurately locate certain assignments, students, due dates, and the list goes on. However, by digitizing your gradebook with the 5 Best Free Gradebook Tools for Teachers, you make your gradebook easier to record in and use quickly and effectively.

Free Report: Technology In Education – Developing Relationships & Delivering Value

Free Report: Technology In Education – Developing Relationships & Delivering Value

This free report looks at the relationship between educators and their educational technology partners and has been compiled with input from technology experts using books by MIT’s Bill Aulet (Disciplined Entrepreneurship), Google Employee #59, Doug Edwards (I’m Feeling Lucky), Silicon Valley VC, Dave Feinleib (Why Start Ups Fail), and Geoffrey Moore (Crossing the Chasm) as reference material for this research.