This course will introduce and promote different gamification tools within eLearning.
With everything shifting online, it’s becoming increasingly harder to capture our audience’s attention. This course shows how quizzes and games are the perfect solution to this problem, by keeping people engaged through interactivity, and promoting involvement and collaboration whether the team is operating online or offline. With a special focus on eLearning, Quizzes and Games acknowledges the strengths and weaknesses of different learners, and offers a program that follows the latest eLearning trends, and caters for these differences.
The following course will enable you to:
- Identify major eLearning trends
- Determine how to incorporate eLearning elements into your platform
- Understand the different teaching and learner styles
- Incorporate different gamification tools within your teaching thanks to step-by-step tutorials
Who is this course aimed at?
This course is aimed at all teachers, lecturers, and course tutors who would like to build, or improve, their online courses.
Angele is the entrepreneur behind AcrossLimits. She was barely out of University when she decided she could make a difference to the IT industry. After a few challenging years she fell in love with European projects and the great world out there and set about changing her company from a small Malta-based firm, to an innovative research SME.
Angele’s expertise stems from her years of experience, and the knowledge that she has gathered along the way. She offers a number of consultancy services, specialising in eLearning, eHealth,eGovernment, Entrepreneurship and Web Development. Angele has given a number of training courses along the years, with her goal being to not only help businesses grow and develop, but also encourage personal growth and a clearer path towards defined end goals.
Conner possesses a broad educational background. Having graduated with a B.A. in Criminology and an M.A. in European Legal Studies, Conner’s research has focused on the taboos of mental illness and legislation relating to minority groups. Namely, his postgraduate dissertation (entitled “Maltese Implementation and Enforcement of EU Directive 2009/52”) analysed Maltese and other Member States’ transpositions of a directive concerning the sanctioning of employers of unregistered third-country nationals. Conner has also trained as an educator and is thus very interested in the promotion of youth issues. During his time as a student, he served as part of the Criminology Students’ Association (CSA) as Public Relations Officer. Conner graduated from the University of Malta in November 2019 and is one of the newest additions to the AcrossLimits team as Creative Content Writer and Junior Project Executive.