Gamification promotes problem solving and collaboration
Players benefit from instant feedback and increased engagement, as well as boosted self-esteem and feelings of satisfaction when challenges are overcome.
(Kapp, 2012) (Abrams and Walsh, 2014)
Children learn best by doing, not by memorizing
Gone are the days of rote vocabulary learning. Kids learn better when they interact with new words in a variety of stimulating contexts, accompanied by movement, images, sounds, and child-friendly explanations.
(Abrams and Walsh, 2014)
Just 15 minutes of gameplay a day to keep good grades coming your way!
Mobile games are especially effective as educational tools because they present bite-sized chunks of curriculum in a context that feels natural and familiar to players. Through games, learning becomes a part of kids’ lives in a way that they look forward to rather than avoid.
(Shoukry et al. 2015)