promote problem solving
Other benefits include increased engagement, the immediate feedback
that the player receives, and the satisfaction they get when overcoming a challenge.
(Kapp, 2012) (Abrams and Walsh, 2014)
The time kids spend
playing games renders them an incredible learning opportunity
Mobile games-based learning combines playful education with mobility to create a very natural environment for learning.
(Shoukry et al. 2015)
Children learn best
by doing, not by
Gamification is particularly suited to vocabulary learning because words are learned better through interacting with a variety of contexts and means such as images, sounds, and explanations. (Abrams and Walsh, 2014)