ATDps: May 2022 Virtual Member Event
In games, players take immediate actions, elicit meaningful decisions & volunteer to spend more and more time finding treasures, defeating villains, or getting game characters to work. Meanwhile, many corporate learning experiences are less than engaging. The learners are reading objectives, listening to talking-head videos, or skimming introductory text. Instead, as instructional designers we need to steal ideas, techniques, and methodologies from game designers and incorporate them into our designs.
All games are good learning engines, and game based learning is the process & practice of learning using games (from the learner's point of view) while gamification is the application of game mechanics in a non-game context to promote specific desired behaviors & drive learning outcomes. Come to this session to learn more about:
The difference between gamification & all the other facets (game based learning - game based pedagogy - serious games - games - games for learning)
The MDA framework
Examples of mechanics that can be used in learning design
The paradox of decision & choice in game design
Practical game examples
Our guest: Moe Ash
Moe Ash is a learning architect dedicated to the notion of designing learning experiences. He holds a BSC degree in Human Resources Management and a degree in Economics from Sadat Academy for Management Sciences, a master’s degree in International Development from the American University in Cairo. An associate CIPD-HR, Certified Instructional Designer by HRCI, Certified performance & competency developer - Certified learning & development manager - Certified assessment center analyst by Middle Earth HR . Mohamed is currently looking into acquiring his CPTD & a degree in business psychology aiming to blend L&D, gamification and performance management in a tight cohesive mold.
Moe is the founder of The Catalyst, an instructional design consultancy focused on the sole purpose of creating impeccable learning experience.
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Puget Sound Chapter Programs have been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute for continuing education credits towards professional development hours for recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials.
Training & Delivery Facilitation, Technology Application
Pre-Registration - Members attend at no charge. There is no walk in availability. Pre-registration is mandatory.
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $20.00. There is no walk in availability. Pre-registration is mandatory.
Online Registration Closes One Day Prior To The Program. At That Time We Are No Longer Able To Accept Pre-Registrations.
We are not able to issue refunds after the Friday prior to the meeting. Substitutions are encouraged.
Instructions to attend the virtual meeting will be included in your confirmation email and on the reminder email the day prior to the program. Please save these instructions. Real time assistance is not available.