LearningWare University - Best practices for online and classroom training games and game shows

Art & Design

5 Ways That Your Game Show Should Differ From a TV Game Show
TV game shows aren't designed to be effective learning tools. In order to have a successful training game show, you need to modify several things. Read More
Using Prizes in Your Game Show
On TV, winning prizes are the primary motivation for the contestants. But how does this change in the classroom? Read More
Rules About Your Game Show Rules
You should feel free to change the rules to fit your purpose, but keep these "rules" in mind. Read More
Our Most Common Game Show Modifications
Rules of a TV game show won't always work with your training session or the training goals you want to accomplish. Here are our most common rule changes. Read More
Which Game Shows Should you use for Which Topics
Some game formats are better at training certain topics than others. Here are some things to keep in mind. Read More
The Top 5 Question Writing Mistakes
Written incorrectly, questions can be confusing and detract from the game show as a whole. The following are five of the most common question writing mistakes. Read More
Keeping a Game Show Fresh
Here are the top 5 ways to keep your game show fresh and engaging for your trainees. Read More
New Ways to Use a Game Show: Tic Tac Toe
Here is one of the most popular new ways to play the game show: Tic-Tac-Toe. Read More
Using Multimedia in Your Game Show
Here are our top tips for using pictures, videos and sounds within your game show. Read More

Hosting & Staging

Keeping Your Entire Audience Engaged
It's true that game shows are entertaining to watch even when one is not directly involved, but how can everyone participate without being on the spot? Read More
The Top Things that Every Game Show Host Needs To Do
Here are five simple things that every host should do to make a positive difference within their game shows. Read More
Dealing with Different Experience Levels
Any given classroom can have mix of experts and new hires. Here's how to create a game show that blends the two. Read More
When Good Trainees Go Bad: Using Penalties
As a trainer and game show host, it's your job to maintain control of the room and you may decide to use penalties to do so. Here are some suggestions. . Read More
Top Reasons to Use a Judge
While the trainer can fulfill the role of a judge, there are several advantages to using a separate judge in your game show. Read More
Eliminating Extreme Competition
Game shows by their very nature inspire competition. Here are a few tips on how to negate (and in some cases, eliminate altogether) extreme competition. Read More
Setting Up the Room: The Theatrics of a Game Show
Here are our top 5 tips for setting up your game show. Read More