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Game-Based Learning, Serious Games, Business Games und Gamification –Lernförderliche Anwendungsszenarien, gewonnene Erkenntnisse und Handlungsempfehlungen

  • Axel JacobEmail author
  • Frank Teuteberg
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Part of the Edition HMD book series (EHMD)

Zusammenfassung

Im Beitrag werden die Begriffe Game-Based Learning, Serious Games, Business Games und Gamification analysiert, voneinander abgegrenzt und Rückschlüsse gezogen, in welchem Kontext der jeweilige Ansatz ein adäquates Mittel zur Vermittlung von Wissen oder zum Fördern gewünschter Verhaltensweisen darstellt. Game-Based Learning stellt ein grundlegendes Prinzip dar. Lerninhalte werden hierbei auf Basis eines Spiels oder einer Simulation vermittelt. Umgesetzt wird dieses Prinzip in Serious Games bzw. in Business Games, die eine abgrenzbare Teilmenge der Serious Games darstellen. Gamification ist ein dem Game-Based Learning ähnliches, aber doch abgrenzbares Grundprinzip. Bei Gamification soll Lernen nicht auf Basis eines Spiels, sondern durch Elemente eines Spiels erfolgen. Dieser Unterschied scheint auf den ersten Blick marginal, hat aber weitreichende Konsequenzen.

Am Beispiel der Hochschule Osnabrück wird erläutert, wie die Konzepte jeweils angewandt werden, welcher potenzielle Nutzen zu erwarten ist und welche Handlungsempfehlungen sich für Bildungseinrichtungen sowie Unternehmen ableiten lassen.

Schlüsselwörter

Gamification Serious Games Game-Based Learning Business Games Use Case 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hochschule OsnabrückOsnabrückDeutschland
  2. 2.Universität OsnabrückOsnabrückDeutschland

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