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Title: Learning Games and their impacts on Student’s Educational Performance
Authors: Alhaddad, Sara Ihsan
Keywords: learning games
educational performance
young learners
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: The British University in Dubai (BUiD)
Abstract: Developing an application through which the user can learn and have fun at the same time is being challenging for developers. For young learners these applications, or learning games sound interesting and very attractive to use. Yet, the concept of interactivity is essential in those applications to increase the learning potential. Interactivity ensures a bi-directional communication channel between learner and the game system. To find how such learning games affect the learner’s performance, an interactive game has been developed. The game focuses only on Math subject specifically on Math Addition Skills. In this research, both quantitative and qualitative studies are applied to assess students’ educational performance before and after involving learning games within their traditional learning process.
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