Blending Game-Based Learning With Traditional Classroom Setting Improves Business Growth

| November 21, 2018

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Gamification within a classroom environment evokes the feeling of encouragement, goal achievement, and competitiveness among learners. The prime purpose of shifting towards a game-centric learning approach is to seek maximum employee attention to retain new concepts to real-world situations.Due to lack of learner participation and collaboration, organizations are incorporating a gamified learning approach into an instructor-led classroom setting. Incentivizing learning is one of the most common challenges that organizations face today, and the gamification of the workplace training program proves to be a viable solution.

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Robert Morris University offers undergraduate, graduate, certificate and doctoral degree programs. A nationally ranked university, Robert Morris allows its students to choose from more than 80 undergraduate and graduate programs, with 22 programs available fully online. Robert Morris was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, just a few miles from both the airport and downtown Pittsburgh.

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