Gamification Motivation Psychology The Art of Engagement

Learn how to motivate and engage anyone by learning the psychology that underpins human behaviour.
Gamification Motivation Psychology The Art of Engagement
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4.71 GB
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3h 7m



Rob Sutcliffe


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Gamification Motivation Psychology The Art of Engagement

What you’ll learn

Understand the psychology of human behaviour
Motivate your students, staff, customers, users and yourself
Build an engagement plan to create change in a community

Gamification Motivation Psychology The Art of Engagement


You must have an open mind
You’ll need to invest time in the student discussions
Ideally you’ll have a community to test your ideas on


The Art of Engagement and The Psychology of Motivation is a course that will teach you about human beings and what encourages them to do the things they do. This unique course is inspired not just from text books and science experiments, but from personal, first hand experience. Experience teaching children, managing teams and design applications. The curriculum is designed to be studied over several weeks, with each video giving you interesting concepts and studies to take away, think about and discuss with the tutor and the other students. You’ll be encouraged to bring your personal engagement challenges to this course so we can build an engagement plan together. If you’re an application designer, teacher, manager or parent, the psychology to motivate your people is the same and by the end of this course you’ll have built an incredibly simple engagement plan to motivate change in any community. You’ll not only finish the course with your engagement plan, but the ability to easily reproduce it any time in the future you need to motivate change in a community.


Section 1: Introduction to Motivation and Engagement

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Why We Shouldn’t Motivate With Carrots

Section 2: The Science of Motivation

Lecture 3 Dopamine: The Natural Reward Chemical

Lecture 4 Pavlovs Dog and skinners Rats

Lecture 5 What Naturally Motivates Us?

Lecture 6 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

Lecture 7 Section Summary

Section 3: Status and Other Extrinsic Rewards

Lecture 8 Status

Lecture 9 Social Proof

Section 4: Mastery

Lecture 10 Giving Feedback

Lecture 11 Creating Rules

Lecture 12 Make It Difficult

Lecture 13 Stepping stones

Lecture 14 Reward Loops

Lecture 15 The Desire To Master

Section 5: Meaning

Lecture 16 It’s Always Been About Meaning

Lecture 17 What Do People Really Enjoy?

Lecture 18 Creating Meaning

Lecture 19 the Art of Storytelling

Section 6: Autonomy

Lecture 20 Masters of Contributing

Lecture 21 Give Them Options

Lecture 22 Let Them Fail

Lecture 23 We Love To Fail

Lecture 24 Status Seesaw

Lecture 25 Kill Your Ego

Section 7: Community

Lecture 26 Finding Community

Lecture 27 Loneliness Epidemic

Lecture 28 Let Them Help

Lecture 29 What’s Stopping Us Been Us?

Section 8: Building Our Engagement Plan

Lecture 30 Building Our Engagement Plan: Part One

Lecture 31 Building Our Engagement Plan: Part Two

Lecture 32 Building Our Engagement Plan: Part Three

Section 9: Example and Reference

Lecture 33 Examples Introduction

Lecture 34 Gamification in Games

Lecture 35 Instant Feedback

Lecture 36 Multi Sensory Feedback

Lecture 37 Progress Bars

Lecture 38 Multiple Feedback Loops

Lecture 39 Continual Progress

Lecture 40 Loss Aversion

Lecture 41 Currency

Lecture 42 Gold Card

Lecture 43 Lottery

Lecture 44 Likes

Lecture 45 Engagement vs Motivation

Section 10: Thank You

Lecture 46 Thank You and See You Soon

Managers and team leaders,Teachers,User experience designers,Parents

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 3h 7m | 4.71 GB
Created by: Rob Sutcliffe

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