"Learning that filled with fun and thought-provoking."
Benjamin Franklin has trapped the mind of learners and described their psychology as:
"Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand."
Therefore to retain the learner’s attention, involve and help them understand the instructional material, we generally use scenarios and simulations.
This mode of transferring knowledge provides an environment where the learners can apply principles, practice and learn with enthusiasm.
Scenarios: In scenarios, different stories are built based on real life situation that may be encountered. In this approach, learners are involved in making the most appropriate decision rather than just reading.
This enables the learners to practice and apply their knowledge in a safe environment in which they can "fail".
Simulations: In simulations, complex environment that reflect actual job conditions are recreated using real-time, interactive, realistic visualizations to bring the learner closer to the subject content.
In this method, a task is demonstrated and then the learner is encouraged to complete the task himself.
Game Based Learning
How many of us wish to play and have fun during our learning process?
Play and Learn!! - Yes, you heard it right.
Unlike the conventional learning, we simplify the process of learning through games.
Games are universally appealing, everlasting, engaging and interesting. We design games based on instructional methodologies because games with realistic visualizations and interaction possess the ability to involve the learners and indulge them completely into the instructional material.
Thus, games are not just for leisure, it is a tool-kit for leisure and study.