Gamification in Higher Education | Christopher See | TEDxCUHK


Christopher is sharing his idea behind one of his innovative education project: Escape Room feat. Medical Examination!
What were the myths people usually confuse with playing games in learning? Chris is going to tell us the answer

Dr. Christopher See took his medical degree at Trinity College, Cambridge University, and worked as a junior doctor in several UK hospitals. He completed a PGCE in clinical education with the University of Edinburgh and went on to take a teaching post at Manchester University Medical School, where he received the Excellent Teacher Award for the Faculty in 2012.
He is currently completing his PhD research in the application of e-learning and game-based learning in medical training at the University of Hong Kong. He has published in peer-reviewed publications include the journal Rheumatology and the Imperial College Press, as well as 7 book titles with publisher Kogan Page.
He is a keen science communicator, winning the science presenting competition Famelab in 2013 and hosting public lectures at the HK Science Museum and Café Scientifique. Oh, and he really loves games. You’ll see.

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  1. Perfect. Personal performance in a game is the opposite of being easy. Finally, someone who has the same approach as I do : -) Great.

  2. lol if you wanna know how effective this sort of learning is, check if you still remember the Korean word for bear lol


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