Advantages of gamified learning

Adding games to study can improve students’ interest and efficiency. Games are more fun for students than rigid textbook knowledge, and allow more students to form different groups to compete. Studies have shown that gaming improves brain health and the release of endorphins. More and more teachers are adding games to their classes. This shows that gamified learning has become a growing trend.

Gamified learning strategies

We’ve already seen the advantages of gamified learning. Now let’s look at how gamification of learning can be implemented. The teacher can divide the whole class into groups and set up a leaderboard, so that each group can study and compete in the form of games. This not only promotes the emotional communication between students but also enables them to learn knowledge. The purpose of the group is to promote cooperation and communication among students. Students are always looking forward to games, so it’s time to create some surprises. For example, the team that wins the first place in the competition can be given a badge or unlock a better software background.

In this video you can see how the reward system works. The most important thing for students is their grades. If they win the first place in the game, they can get extra points. This is a huge help in improving students’ motivation and participation. For many students, gamified learning is very attractive because it is boring to just learn from the textbook.

The extensibility of gamified learning

It has a strong ability to promote because more and more educational institutions are making efforts to research play-based learning software. They were translated into various languages and quickly spread around the world. It also creates more jobs and boosts the economy.


Buljan, M. (2021, November 29). Gamification for learning: Strategies and examples. eLearning Industry. Retrieved May 29, 2022, from