Multimodal Meaning: Connecting Multiple Intelligences To Learning Games

This article looks at how games can be effective educational tools for children, teenagers, or even adults. Games have been increasingly seen as useful for teaching both skills and concepts in multimodal ways. How game-based learning connects to Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences is explored.

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A Beginner’s Guide To Marketing Your Games Online

Are you a gamer and also the owner of a gaming website? Do you know some great ways to market it online? No? Not a problem! This article is a guide for beginners who are new to online marketing, which is essential for business owners to know. Give it a read now!

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Gamified Learning – “Kitchen Quest”


This is Kitchen Quest, a small gamified learning demo my team and I built at our little eLearning company.

Our goal was to create a retro Gameboy style game to help technicians learn how to troubleshoot different appliances in commercial kitchens.  To accomplish this goal, we used multiple combinations of Advanced and Conditional Actions, Variables, and JavaScript.  This is the result.

Check it out and let me know what you think!  If you have any questions on the different elements of the game or how we got certain parts to work, please don’t hesitate to ask!

Kitchen Quest  Overworld  

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8 Secrets To Develop Offline Learning Games That Bring Bored Mobile Learners Back On Track

Is your remote workforce letting life distractions get in the way of building vital skills? In this article, I share 8 insider secrets to develop offline learning games that bring bored mobile learners back on track.

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