Designing an interactive course based on gamification by educators and VET providers
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University of La Sapienza (Rome)
Publication date: 2024-02-20
Edukacja Ustawiczna Dorosłych 2023;120(1)
The article is a summary of the work carried out by an international team of experts as part of the first intellectual output of the i-CONTENT project: A Toolkit for Educators and VET providers for the design and development of online interactive gamified content, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, which aims to serve Trainers and VET providers (mainly SMEs) delivering non-formal initial and continuous VET courses who wish to transform the typical classroom led course delivery into an online interactive gamified learning experience (asynchronous and synchronous learning) allowing them to meet current market needs and enabling them to target the global market. Partners from five countries (Poland, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, United Kingdom) conducted research on two target groups – VET trainers and students, in order to determine what online tools are used by trainers to create online courses, which prompts students toenroll in an online course, and what key elements they believe are necessary to keep the course engaged and what makes the course attractive. Based on the results of the research, the authors have developed “A guide for the design phase of the interactive phase of an online course” containing information on designing attractive and effective course content before moving to the development phase, how to set goals, structure, and define learning outcomes.
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