Game based learning a perspective from 3 continents.

I’ve enjoyed interacting with educators from different continents around game based learning. The webinar was hosted by  #LEARNWithTeacher with panelists Talitha Amalia of Solve Education!, Indonesia; Amanda Calitz of University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; and Sonia Michaels of DigiPen Institute of Technology, USA.

What I found interesting was the fact that even though Talitha, Sonia and I are on three different continents we shared some of the same experiences. Talitha shared her experiences from Indonesia and she also mentioned that data is expensive there- just like in South Africa. Sonia shared about her experiences in teaching people how to create games.

I shared about my experience in Health Science Education. If you missed the webinar you can watch it here.

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Hiba Awaysa

Game based learning is very interesting topic, as a trainer of Project Management Professional (PMP) I deployed the Gamification techniques to encourage students and increase their engagement. Guess what, regardless of students ages which range from 23 to 50 years old, it works creatively 😍


Thank you for your sharing with us, it’s very interesting topic for me, too.

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