• Angel Marchev, Jr.
  • Angel Marchev
Keywords: Gamification, Schoastic method, Educational technology


Abstract: Scholastic method of teaching is part of the history of education. It becomes evermore unadequate in the fast-changing World and fades away. Gaming is the most common way of transferring skills, knowledge and qualification from the older generation to the younger. Throughout history it has been used for evermore demanding tasks and eventually (rather sooner than later) it all came to using games for educating managers and decision makers.


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How to Cite
Marchev, Jr., A., & Marchev, A. (2023). The INEVITABLE TRANSITION FROM SCHOLASTICISM TO A GAMIFICATION. Vanguard Scientific Instruments in Management, 18. Retrieved from[]=320