As a motivational tool it has been unsurpassed … these kids are learning without realizing.
Learn By Doing
In game-based learning (GBL), students learn concepts and skills through practice, not memorization. They gain ownership of their learning and retention improves. It’s particularly effective in getting students engaged and interested.
In the 1960s, educator Edgar Dale theorized what is known today as experiential learning. Simply put, it’s learning by doing. GBL is one example of an experiential learning method.