Just playing a game for learning isn’t working and in this post I will summarise my understanding of a good learning game in the Agile environment
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- 3 March 2015
In my previous blog post Why we play, I focused on the value of agile games in our training. They build a safe-to-fail environment and let participants get a first hand experience of new concepts. One the one hand, playing games for learning is especially helpful for concepts, which can be easily misunderstood because they are different from existing ways of working. While on the other side, just playing a game for learning isn’t working. In this post I will summarise my understanding of a good learning game.
Clear Learning Objectives
A good game is oriented towards clear learning ...