These five gamified apps will make learning fun for you
- With digital advancements shaping the education industry, students are moving to
online learningplatforms to acquire skills — in a fun way.
- The online learning industry is booming in India. It’s user base expected to hit 9.6 million by 2021, which was 1.6 million in 2016, as per a KPMG report.
- Here are the five apps that lets users learn online via games and quizzes.
The online learning industry is booming in India. It’s user base expected to hit 9.6 million by 2021, which was at 1.6 million in 2016, as per a KPMG report.
In fact, gamified learning has turned classroom education engaging as well, with teacher interactions.
Here are the five apps that lets users learn online via games and quizzes.
Khan Academy is an education platform to learn science, mathematics, programming and others. The app operates in 36 languages across countries. It claims to provide free education to learners — including assessment tests, learning material and practice papers for exams like SAT.
Udemy is a gamified app for user based learning. It allows educators on its platform to upload videos and courses to learn online. This includes topics ranging from coding, foreign languages and even basic parenting skills. These educators can also earn by teaching on the platform.
TinyCards by Duolingo
Tinycards app uses flashcards to educate its learners. It has flashcards for each subject — languages, science, movies and others. It lets the user play with a deck of cards and learn as they progress to the next card. Learners can also create their own flashcards on the platform.
QuizUp is a gaming app that lets the user learn in the form of multiple-choice questions from a range of over 1,200 topics in various languages. The app provides players a chance to meet different people through its platform. It enhances productivity by imparting general knowledge.
Duolingo, which claims to have 300 million active learners is a free mobile platform that offers to learn over 30 languages— Spanish, French, German, Japanese and others. The app teaches the selected language along with practice sessions to help brush up the language. It includes gaming sessions to practice lessons, vocabulary and grammar skills.
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