Power Up Your Game-Based Learning


Carole bower home
Head of Learning, Saba
Charlotte hills
Learning Consultant and Neuroscience Ph.D. candidate, University of Warwick
Webinar Recording Details
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    Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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    $0 (Free)
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Game-based learning helps create experiences that make learning stick! And while game-based learning might seem complex, it doesn’t have to be. We’ve all played games that have taught us lessons we still apply today – whether we’re aware of it or not. But what about games where we’re aware that the goal of the game is to learn something new?

Designing a successful, engaging approach to game-based learning – with the right level of struggle and reward for the learning need – relies on the powerful combination of eliciting certain emotions and the elements of design.

Join Carole Bower, Head of Learning at Saba, and Charlotte Hills, Learning Consultant and Neuroscience Ph.D. candidate, University of Warwick and Digital on Jan. 29 to examine some of the powerful neuroscience principles that drive effective game-based learning.  Then dive into the key elements of design to help drive better learning adoption, information retention and engagement.
You’ll gain insights into:
  • Key elements of game-based learning design
  • How applying behavioral science principles to game-play elements drives learner engagement and learning outcomes
  • How technology can help you deploy game-based learning

Register now to discover how game-based learning experiences can engage your learners and get results

About Carole Bower

Carole is responsible for shaping and transforming Saba’s digital learning proposition and for the effectiveness of its digital solutions. She has broad experience directing and designing digital learning and communications, and is passionate about finding new and exciting ways to improve those experiences.

About Charlotte Hills

Charlotte Hills is an award-winning learning designer and published researcher. Specializing in medical content, Charlotte uses adult learning principles from neuroscience and psychology literature to create effective learning and drive adoption.

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