5 Best Practices Of Using Interactive Game-Based Templates In eLearning

| January 16, 2019

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Game-based learning is an effective mechanism to build interactive and engaging learning experiences. This article talks about some best practices you should follow when using game-based templates in your eLearning modules.Game-based learning has witnessed tremendous growth and adoption in the last decade. Today, it is recognized as one of the most crucial elements of the modern learning approach, which disapproves of educating and assessing learners through static, non-interactive content blocks or monotonous quizzes. Learning games can take learner engagement to the next level with their inherent ability to let learners have fun while they learn. Most course creators now have ready-access to libraries of game-based eLearning templates. But to make the most out of these templates, you need to follow certain best practices. And today, I shall talk about those. So, here we go.

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