Learning Through a Social Gaming Platform
The COVID-19 pandemic that emerged at the beginning of 2020 has influenced all aspects of life, leading to adjustments limiting physical social interaction. One of the fields that has been affected significantly is the education system. Since the government closed all schools since March and has not decided yet when they will reopen, teachers and students have been required to run the learning process. Various new online learning media have played a significant role in supporting the learning process during the pandemic. However, the ongoing learning style causes stressful conditions for students during online learning. It is caused by the limited interaction with teachers, friends and their school environment. Thus, developing a game-based learning media could be an alternative to provide new learning media that is attractive for students. It is expected that using an online game will provide an interesting virtual interaction for students.
Keywords: social game, learning, interactive
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