Instructional Techniques To Facilitate Learning And Motivation Of Serious Games by Pieter WoutersInstructional Techniques To Facilitate Learning And Motivation Of Serious Games by Pieter Wouters

Instructional Techniques To Facilitate Learning And Motivation Of Serious Games

byPieter WoutersEditorHerre Van Oostendorp

Book & Audio | November 29, 2016

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The book introduces techniques to improve the effectiveness of serious games in relation to cognition and motivation. These techniques include ways to improve motivation, collaboration, reflection, and the integration of gameplay into various contexts. The contributing authors expand upon this broad range of techniques, show recent empirical research on each of these techniques that discuss their promise and effectiveness, then present general implications or guidelines that the techniques bring forth. They then suggest how serious games can be improved by implementing the respective technique into a particular game. 

Dr. Pieter Wouters is a post-doctoral researcher at Utrecht University. Since 2011, he has been working on an international project on serious games in mathematics education, which involves research on the structure and analysis methodology for serious games. He has published articles in fifteen international journals, fourteen confere...
Title:Instructional Techniques To Facilitate Learning And Motivation Of Serious GamesFormat:Book & AudioDimensions:218 pagesPublished:November 29, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319392964

ISBN - 13:9783319392967

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Table of Contents

Overview of Instructional Techniques to Facilitate Learning and Motivation of Serious Games 
Towards a game-based learning instructional design model focusing on integration
Two Systems, Two Stances:  A Novel Theoretical Framework for Model-Based Learning in Digital Games
Assessment and Adaptation in Games
Fidelity and Multimodal Interactions
Narration-Based Techniques to Facilitate Game-Based Learning
Designing Effective Feedback Messages in Serious Games and Simulations: A Research Review
Self-explanations in game-based learning: from tacit to transferable knowledge
Competition and Collaboration for Game-Based Learning: a Case Study
Modeling and Worked Examples in Game-based learning
Reflections on Serious Games