Keegan Long-Wheeler discusses how gamification plays a role in medical education and the future of game design.
Keegan Long-Wheeler is an Educational Technologist Office of Digital Learning at the University of Oklahoma. He has been a creative developer in gamified educational materials and game design for many years. In this episode, we are going to discuss how gamification plays a role in education and where the future of game design may be going for medical and other academic environments.
4:43 How Students Learn with an Online Educational Environment & Game Design
8:20 Open-source Game-based Learning: Games Offer Bold Learning Insights Nowadays (GOBLIN) and eXperience Play
15:05 Autonomy Over One’s Education with Game-based Design
17:20 Team-based Activities & Educational Collaboration Through Gamifying Medical School
21:00 Using Tokens and Rewards to Encourage Student Participation
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