5 Reasons Why Game-Based Learning in the Workplace Works

| April 3, 2018

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You might be asking yourself, do my employees really need game-based learning? What benefit can this contribute to my company’s well-being? What does it truly promote?Watch the video to know the 5 benefits on why you should consider game-based learning in the workplace.

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We're a team of people dedicated to making software to help schools operate more effectively.Parent involvement is the holy grail in the k12 education sector. Everyone agrees that more involvement equals greater success for students but facilitation requires that everyone can communicate with each other.Currently schools are using a patchwork of on average 20 disparate tools and systems to communicate with parents. This results in haphazard communication structures that are difficult to manage, very time consuming, expensive and worst of all, uninformed parents.

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