Games are fun; learning is not. Kids could play games for hours on end, without asking for food and holding their bladder for as much as they can. When it comes to doing homework or studying, on the other hand, things cannot be more different: their attention span gets smaller than a goldfish’ and all physiological needs become the most important things ever.
Learning needs to become more like games if we want schools to better equip our kids for the unknown future. As a teacher, you can successfully include gamification in your class through a number of techniques.