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Recent years have witnessed the arrival of new methodological horizons in teacher training. Technological resources and mobile connections play a major role in these studies. At the same time, there is a focus on play to increase commitment and motivation. It is in this context that gamification and flipped-classroom strategies have arisen. This paper presents the results of a training program with future Primary Education teachers using gamification and flipped-classroom strategies anddoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0236083 pmid:32673373 fatcat:crnxmlgjl5hjlgtakle5mc4asm