An educational approach to motivate students
The Learning Games is a KA2 Erasmus+ project which aims at helping students change their attitude towards learning, increasing their motivation and consequently enabling them to achieve their full potential through the use of gamification.
During the course of the project, we have used and created a lot of resources and materials, which we want to share with all the teachers out there.
Classquest is our class management tool aimed at implementing gamification systems in the classroom. Get it today!
Gamification Europe, the new gamification conference organised this year to cover the hole left by the Gamification World Congress, is hosting their (also) first edition of gamification awards in 6 categories: Community, Guru, Project, Software, Agency and Research. Classquest, our platform for the creation and management of gamified classrooms, has been nominated in the Oustanding Read more about Classquest nominated for Outstanding Gamification Software 2017[…]
After all this time working with beta versions of Classquest, it is finally available for both Android and iOS mobile operating systems through their official markets, so we can get to more teachers around the world! Go to the Classquest section now to get your copy! Share the word, spread the love!
Saturday 13th June, 9.30am, something weird, wonderful, playful was starting to take place in the depths of the Asturian Cuenca Minera (mining region), more specifically at the Aula Cultural of Sotrondio, #tlgevent was taking off. The Learning Games multiplier event had been creeping in the shadows of the gamification sphere for months and, now, it Read more about #tlgevent[…]
The final meeting of the project was hosted by the coordinating school. The main purpose of this meeting was to wrap up everything related to The Learning Games project and our activities as well as the preparation of the Multiplier Event, in other words, the Gala of both our project and our Intellectual Output. During Read more about Meeting summary Asturias[…]
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This meeting was vital as its main objective was to complete the intellectual output and present its final form to the students. Another objective was to create dissemination materials and deal with the administrative parts of the Project. In order to achieve this objective, the participants of the meeting were divided into three groups: Read more about Meeting Summary Hungary[…]
The second transnational project meeting of The Learning Games started with the welcoming of the partners in VHS Regen by the administrators of the school. The first and main objective of the meeting was discussing about the strengths and weaknesses identified by the interim report evaluation provided by the Spanish National Agency. Following that, the Read more about Meeting summary Germany[…]
On Friday evening, CEPA Río Tajo organised a dissemination event at the school, with the idea of making our project and the work carried out during the meeting visible to all the institutions in Talavera. There were representatives from the local and regional authorities, both at political and educational levels, as well as teachers and Read more about Talavera dissemination event[…]
The main objective of this meeting was to present the students the initial form of the Intellectual Output prepared and managed by the technicians, teachers and students of the partner institutions collaboratively. In order to manage this objective, the whole meeting was divided into sections and gamified in different ways. This way we managed to Read more about Meeting summary Talavera[…]
After the arrival of the participants to Cork, Ireland on the 29th of February, the planned meetings of the project started in St. John’s College, Cork on the 1st of March. Workshop 1: Subject: Content gamification (introduction, the basics, the apps: Kahoot! & Quizizz) The meeting started with the information about content gamification provided by Read more about Meeting summary Cork[…]