9.3.2021 — The second part of our constructivist learning theory and Seppo series focuses on exercises and opens the functions behind them. The exercises are the heart of the game and it is not indifferent what kind of exercises you create for the games, therefore it is good to know how to use them and why.
2.2.2021 — As a lot of our users are teachers. Therefore we thought it would be useful to connect different Seppo features with different pedagogical theories and frameworks to show you how indeed, Seppo has a place in the educational world. It is not just gamification for the sake of gamification.
15.12.2020 — This past spring we moved everything online: school, work, shopping, you name it! This meant that many companies finally had to review their internal training methods, and hop aboard the digitalization train. In this blog post our CEO Riku Alkio discussed digital training in the corporate sector.
8.10.2020 — Our visiting blog author, Ahmed Hosny is an Assistant Lecturer at the Helwan University. He has done research on gamification of education. Ahmed has used Seppo in some of his research and we were lucky enough to get him to share some of his thoughts with us and the Seppo community!
29.6.2020 — What kind of feelings does ‘compliance training’, awake in you? Joy, fun, motivation, engagement? Maybe not. Let’s face it: compliance training is probably the most boring thing you can come across in your professional life. But it doesn't have to be.
26.5.2020 — Drafting a correct roadmap out of the corona crisis is important. Have you done it yet? Have you thought how the new normal is communicated to the employees? Gamification is a splendid way to communicate what the new normal looks like in your company.
30.4.2020 — What do the teachers think about Seppo and making games? What kind of Seppo games do teachers make? Seppo-themed master's thesis did some research on it! This two-part blog post opens up the research findings and lessons learned. Get ready for Part 2!