Fast Facts: Traditional Learning vs Game-Based Learning

By Leaderonomics|16-10-2015 | 1 Min Read

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Ever heard of game-based learning? It is where games contribute to the intrinsic aspect of an individual’s learning process (eg. the development of problem-solving skills). Traditional game-playing or rather, traditional learning on the other hand, focuses on the extrinsic factors (eg. target skills such as multiplication). Confused? Check out the illustration below to further understand the significant differences between the two.

 

Differences between traditional learning and game-based learning

 

 
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