Gamification in DuolingoFrom Taxonomy:• 14/16 Competence
–9 in Duolingo• 6/16 Autonomy
–4 in Duolingo• 12/16 Relatedness
–9 in Duolingo
Gamification in Duolingo• 100 million users (as of June
2015)• Language learning always
looking for ways to motivate learners:• gamification is key to Duolingo
success• Accessible, free, fun• Community of learners helping
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