Dr. Karl Kapp

Dec 20, 2013

The Gamification of Learning and Instruction Fieldbook

Welcome to the next stop on the blog tour! I’ve enjoyed reading Karl Kapp’s books so much over the years and I’m doubly pleased to be his co-author on the newest, The Gamification of Learning and Instruction Fieldbook. I first started building simulations and learning games way, way back in 1985. Back then, I was very inspired by text adventure games like Zork, which created a very compelling and immersive world using only text. I remember thinking, if we can become so involved in fictional worlds like this, what would happen if we became immersed in real-life scenarios the same way? It would be a lot like doing it for real,...

Welcome to the next stop on the blog tour! I’ve enjoyed reading Karl Kapp’s books so much over the years and I’m...

Apr 20, 2012

The Chocofication of Learning

or “Why Games Won’t Cure the Common Cold, but They Will Solve a Lot of Other Problems” Welcome to the next stop...

or “Why Games Won’t Cure the Common Cold, but They Will Solve a Lot of Other Problems” Welcome to the next stop...

Feb 5, 2010

Engaging Learners Real Time with Social Media

A Great Non-Learning Example A colleague of mine sent me this video depicting a pianist incorporating social media into his songs on...

A Great Non-Learning Example A colleague of mine sent me this video depicting a pianist incorporating social media into his songs on...