Elements Of Gamification & How to Use it in Education Mobile App Development

| October 17, 2019

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Education has been and will always be crucial for the growth of an individual and the world as a whole. So when the world is going towards digitization and there is so much of advancement in technology, how can education be left behind? Over the past few decades, the methods of education have transformed enormously and changes will keep on taking place. So it is essential to update the teaching method as the world changes and educational mobile app development is one way of doing so. Mobile phones, laptops, gaming, and social media are some of the things that have been occupying the minds of the learners for a long time now and will continue to do so in the future as well. And all of this becomes more interesting for the learner if gamification takes place.

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