Gamification in educational process: realization

The paper presents an architecture of the education system with gamification. The system for assessing practical knowledge and skills through play is designed to optimize the educational process and the manifestation of students' creative thinking. The main purpose of this system is to simplify and automate the learning process in educational institutions

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