Research on the application of game-based learning in the teaching reform of management courses

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v5i4.1394

Jianhong PENG

Teaching and Research Office of Business Administration, School of Management, Jiujiang University


Game-based learning refers to the learning process in which learners understand the rules of the game to a certain extent and ultimately solve problems or complete tasks. Game-based learning is a new and effective learning method. This method is different from the traditional teaching method, which can fully mobilize the learner's subjective initiative and realize the learners' autonomy, enthusiasm and creativity through the redesign of learning content, method and process. Game-based learning can stimulate students' initiative and enthusiasm, and achieve the goals of knowledge learning and ability training.


game-based learning; learning methods; learning effect


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