Are you looking for ways to make an activity more engaging for your participants? Game Thinking will inspire you to do so. No matter if you have never played a game in your life or are an avid gamer, you can start applying insights from games straight away.
Game Thinking - The Session
I have hosted many Game Thinking sessions over the years. At conferences, seminars, workshops, trainings and other events.
A Game Thinking session offers an inspiring, engaging, fast-paced way to learn about the hidden power of games, with clear examples and hands-on exercises. A session can be as short as 45 minutes or as long as 150 minutes, depending on the amount of inspiration you want and the number of new ideas you want to generate.
Book a Game Thinking workshop and you will learn how to select the right game elements for the specific participant motivation you hope to achieve.
Game Thinking - The Book & Card Deck
I am the author of the forthcoming book on Game Thinking, which comes with the Game Thinking card deck of which you see a few examples above. It will help you to look at what you do as if it were a game and learn how to make it a more engaging game for all involved.
What you get in this book is a game perspective on the thing you do, work through a series of questions game designers would ask, and then transform it into an engaging, interactive experience.
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