Jeff Bouwman’s goals were simple — embrace the power that makes video games so engaging and apply it to his classroom. Bouwman, an adjunct professor
Greta Turnbull, an assistant professor of philosphy at the University of Gonzaga, talks about why 2020 was the perfect year to transition to gameful pedagogy, and how her use of GradeCraft has empowered her students, built community in a remote environment and instilled a sense of competition and fun into learning.
Learn about the latest strides in gameful learning pedagogy and more in this recap of the third annual Gameful Learning Summer Institute.
Evan Straub, Learning Experience Designer – Gameful/Connect @estraub When I talk to people about gameful learning, frequently I hear skepticism about the idea of turning
Evan Straub, Learning Experience Designer, reflects on the second annual Gameful Learning Summer Institute while highlighting some of the feedback from this year’s attendees.
Reflections on last year’s Gameful Learning Summer Institute and looking ahead to the second annual Institute running Monday, July 23, through Wednesday, July 25.
Gameful learning event to encourage student ownership of learning
Rachel Niemer, Director of the Gameful Learning Lab, recaps and reflects on the “Going Gameful: Level-Up your Teaching,” a gameful course design summer institute held on University of Michigan’s campus.