Seppo gamifies the biggest educational technology fair of Middle East
Seppo is gamifying a fair again and this time in Dubai. We are taking part of Global Educational Supplies and Solutions Fair (GESS), which is the biggest educational technology fair of Middle East. At GESS over 10 000 fair guest explore 500 international exhibitors.
GESS organizers and seppo.io offer fair guests a new way to experience the fair – by attending a game. The GESS fair game is named as MoPed, standing for Mobile Pedagogy. The players use their tablets and smartphones to play the game while moving around the fair area and completing different tasks.
“By playing the GESS MoPed game the visiting educational professionals get ideas of how gamification can be used as an effective way to improve student motivation and learning”, says Sarah Palmer from the GESS organization.
On top of extraordinary fair experience and a useful familiarization with the new educational method the players of the MoPed game can win great prizes such as a Luxury Holiday in Finnish Lapland.
The fair is held in Dubai World Trade Center on 1.-3.3.2016.
Join us in the brand new fair experience. Join the MoPed game. More information from http://www.seppo.io/gess/.
Sarah Palmer, email@example.com,
CEO Riku Alkio, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 50 531 8044
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