How to use gaming elements, structure in the classroom

05/2/2013 | Edutopia.org

Teachers can make lessons more engaging and interactive for students by using games in the classroom, writes Matthew Farber, a N.J. middle-school teacher and adjunct professor in educational technology. In this blog post, Farber offers five gaming elements to apply to the classroom, such as badge-based reward systems and a learn-as-you-go leveling-up system.

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