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#7925094 Jun 03, 2013 at 09:40 AM
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hi

Ian Edwards here in Tokyo. I joined the gamification movement when I was researching how to improve motivation in the EFL class. I decided to write some essays for a course I was taking and the research helped convert me.
The original page I hit was Mochoki's simple elegant description of gamification. I since took Werbach's course and am using some advanced gamification from Yu-kai Chou's octalysis.

I might appear to 'lurk' but in actuality the time zone difference is why I may never seem 'live'.
cheers,
ian
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#7927361 Jun 03, 2013 at 04:50 PM
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No worries =3 faux lurking is still considered participation ^^
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#7945016 Jun 06, 2013 at 09:10 PM
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Welcome Ian!

Thank you for sharing your recent explorations! I have taken the liberty of linking some external supplements for any other gamesMOOC-ers who might need a little "levelling". Also, are you referring to MichaƂ Mochocki? If not, please correct me! ^_^

#7925094 zarnack wrote:



The original page I hit was Mochoki's simple elegant description of gamification. I since took Werbach's course and am using some advanced gamification from Yu-kai Chou's octalysis.

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#8068456 Jul 01, 2013 at 05:38 AM
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Sorry to reply so late.
Yes I am referring to Dr. Mochocki, I had hoped to write some papers for him, but the tutor in my course (intermediate composition) didn't like my using gamification for my topics. Initially she agreed but changed her mind, I still owe Dr. Mochocki some writing. *:|
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#9405640 Apr 20, 2014 at 03:48 AM
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I was taking and the research helped convert me.

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