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GamiTRIZation – Gamification for TRIZ Education

Abstract : TRIZ provides tools and methods to meet complex challenges. Since most TRIZ-capabilities are based not only on theory but also on practical application, today’s challenge is to make people not just learn about the TRIZ-method, but to learn actual skills and to get something done with them in a given time frame.Learning TRIZ needs interactive settings to quickly transfer knowledge and methods into action. TRIZ-experts usually can rely on a long-term practice. Games and cases allow to teach and multiply this experience by activating learners and emphasizing individual capabilities – even by adding a fun factor. That is why gamification actually is a recognized learning and teaching approach.The authors have compiled, reviewed and analyzed a number of games and cases that offer playful learning and teaching of a variety of different TRlZ tools. The article gives an overview about the used settings and types of games and cases.
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Claudia Hentschel, Christian M. Thurnes, Frank Zeihsel. GamiTRIZation – Gamification for TRIZ Education. 18th TRIZ Future Conference (TFC), Oct 2018, Strasbourg, France. pp.29-39, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-02456-7_3⟩. ⟨hal-02279781⟩



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