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An Examination of the Research Literature
Social elements in game-based learning
Cognitive load in educational games
A social dynamic in a game seems to increase the likelihood of flow experiences that saturate the learner’s limited working memory and, as a result, increase the potential for diminished learning outcomes.
SOCIAL ELEMENT MOTIVATES GAME PLAYING
How social elements influence players' flow experience?
Social interaction is highly ranked in research on game motivations
Lucas & Sherry, 2004
Klimmt, Schmid, & Horthmann, 2009
Boyle, Connolly, Hainey & Boyle, 2012
The social interactions in games satisfy the players’ emotional needs by creating a virtual social world
Suznjevic & Matijasevic, 2010
Lin and Lin, 2011
SOCIAL EMEMENTS AND GAME FLOW
Flow Theory in
Csikszentmihalyi & Csikszentmihalyi, 1988
Education of digital natives
Zemsky & Massy, 2004
Massively multiple serious game
Cowley, B, Moutinho, J. L., Bateman, C., & Oliveira, A. (2011). Learning principles and interaction design for ‘Green My Place’: A massively multiplayer serious game. Entertainment Computing, 2, 103–113.
Three separate sources of cognitive load:
Sweller, J., van Merrienboer, J. J. G., & Paas, F.G.W.C. (1998). Cognitive architecture and instructional design. Educational Psychology Review, 10, 251–296.
Negative link between cognitive overload and learning outcome
Schrader & Bastiaens, 2012
Hwang, Hong, Cheng, Peng, & Wu, 2013
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Csikszentmihalyi & LeFevre, 1989
Hoffman & Novak, 1996
Choi, Kim, & Kim, 2007
Positive link between flow and learning
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Additional experimental, factor analysis, and meta-study research focused upon teasing out the above-mentioned hidden factors that we believe exist in the causal chain are needed.
Yang Chen, Michael Oxenrider, David M. Whittinghill
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The flow experience in game-based learning
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Telepresence and immersion
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King, Delfabbro & Griffiths, 2010
Nowak & Biocca, 2003
Shin & Kim, 2008
Magner, Schwonke, Aleven, Popescu, & Renkl, 2013;
Plass, Heidig, Hayward, Homer, & Um, 2013
D’Mello, Lehman, Pekrun, & Graesser, 2012
Flow in game and learning
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