Gamification is the concept of using game design elements and game principles in non-game environments to make them more fun and interactive. Gamification has been proven to increase the level of engagement and motivation in student learning. This is applied mainly in the classroom and online learning environments.

An educator may gamify their teaching instructions with various types of game design elements to show student learning progress, to indicate achievements and to give out rewards to their students. Gamification brings positive changes in students' behavior and attitude towards learning. Learning can be fun with gamification. Feel free to contact us at CG Gamification to know more about how to gamify classroom and online learning environments. Learning can be fun with gamification.

CG service offer to UiTM

  • Provide online courses and trainings on gamification.

  • Provide templates for gamification in education.

  • Provide guidelines for gamification in education.

Online courses

MOOC course:

  • Gamification and Game-Based Learning (soon)

Micro credentials courses:

  • Introduction to Gamification (soon)

  • Gamification in Classroom (soon)

  • Gamification in Online Learning (April 2021)

  • Gamification Tools for Education (April 2021)

Micro credential program

  • Fundamentals of Gamification in Education (September 2021)

Online training

  • Gamifying Classroom Learning (by demand)

CG project

  • Gamification Guidelines for Teaching and Delivery (in progress)

  • Gamification Model for Intrinsic Motivational Design in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) (FRGS-RACER)

Training planning

Proposed ILD:

  • Gamification and Game-Based Learning (Completion of MOOC Gamification and Game-Based Learning and 1 day training at ILD) (proposed to start on 2021)

Gamification Team


Dr. Prasanna Ramakrisnan
CG Gamification Fellow


Dr. Mohamad Izwan Ismail
Team Member
Faculty of Applied Sciences


Nur Ain Abu Bakar
Team Member
Faculty of Business Management


Syamsul Ariffin Yahaya
Team Member
College of Computing, Informatics and Mathematics

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