Information Week reports that gamification promises good things for everyone: fun for students; a way for teachers to get and keep students’ attention; a cheap and easy source of material for administrators; profits for educational software companies; and a better way to engage, teach and test for everyone. It might even develop more common sense. But gamification can easily be oversold and done badly, so remember that a successful game depends on three factors…

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