Toronto Chapter: Increasing Engagement using Game-Based Learning and Gamification
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Toronto Chapter: Increasing Engagement using Game-Based Learning and Gamification

In what ways can Learning & Development increase learner engagement by leveraging game-based learning concepts and gamification? In this session you’ll explore how one company used game-based learning within their Learning Management System and you’ll experience a multitude of game-based techniques that are used to develop communication skills. You’ll apply the techniques and principles to create a script that drives engagement and behavior change.

2020-02-25
When: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
6:00 PM
Where: Tuesday Afternoon Media
550 Queen St E
2nd floor
Toronto, Ontario  M5A 1V2
Canada
Presenter: Marguerite Zimmerman and Terry Rosinski
Contact: Becky MacDonald
416-367- 5900 ext. 242


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Short attention spans of today’s learners make learner engagement increasingly challenging.  One way to hold attention is through active learning.


In what ways can Learning & Development increase learner engagement by leveraging game-based learning concepts and gamification?


In this session you’ll explore how one company used game-based learning within their Learning Management System and you’ll experience a multitude of game-based techniques that are used to develop communication skills. You’ll apply the techniques and principles to create a script that drives engagement and behavior change.

 

 

What you will take away with you: 

 

A host of simple, yet effective, principles and techniques from game-based learning and gamification to increase engagement and change behavior.


Target audience for the session: 

Any learning professional interested in understanding how to incorporate game-based learning and gamification into their learning programs.

Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020

 

Agenda:

• 6:00 – 6:30 pm Networking and Lite Dinner

• 6:30 – 8:00 pm Session

• 8:00 – 8:30 pm Q&A 

 

Location:

Tuesday Afternoon Media,

550 Queen St E, 2nd floor, Toronto, ON M5A 1V2

Speakers: 

Marguerite Zimmerman is the CEO of E=mz 2 Inc. and Founder of Momentium, an interactive game-based sales performance learning system that develops sales skills mastery and sales results for life. Marguerite has led the development of customized simulation learning for a variety of applications that require advanced communication skills. Examples include, sexual assault, domestic violence, dental patient experience, and modules for a major global automotive dealer.

The learning & simulations for the global automotive dealer were delivered to over 30,000 sales representatives in the US. Marguerite has impacted measurable results through sales & sales coaching for companies such as Newell Rubbermaid, Westinghouse, Brinks, Carstar, York International, Answer Plus, Azelis, Chubb Edwards, OSRAM Sylvania, Coleman Containers, Northern Micro, Xerox and Westrock.

 

Marguerite has received numerous awards as a top performer with the Canadian Training & Development Group including Trainer of the Year. She is a past director for corporate learning with Sheridan College for Sales & Sales Coaching.

 

Terry Roskinski is the Group Account Director at Autodata Solutions. Over the span of his career, he has acquired a diverse range of experiences in the automotive industry. The first six years in retail, his responsibilities included sales, leasing, customer service and management, all while earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. The next ten years were as an independent consultant, trainer/facilitator and instructional designer, during which time he earned a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education. He then brought this experience to a corporate setting managing training at a national level. Currently he provides consultation to the OEMs for training and education in Canada and the US. 

 

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This counts towards your CEUs and is equal to 2 hours of certification maintenance.

 

Cost:

 

Members: $35.00 + tax

Non-Members: $50.00 + tax

Please indicate any dietary restrictions.

 

Cancellations:

 

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