NOV Training Games and Activites

Here are two more reasons why we should use training activities and games:

11. Game designers serve humanity. According to Carl G. Jung, one of the most difficult tasks people can perform, however much others may despise it, is the invention of good games. Effective trainers and teachers perform this difficult job. In designing games, they transform learning into a fun experience. They also teach their learners to take a playful approach toward learning. Through game design, trainers and teachers serve learners of all ages.

12. Games are available for introverted learners. Introverts feel threatened when they are required to play interactive games. New game formats now permit participants to play solitaire card games and to solve challenging puzzles all by themselves. Computer games provide opportunities for players to compete against imaginary opponents instead of real-life ones.