Accessibility

Virtual Reality is entering non-formal education

Image is illustrative. By insung yoon on Unsplash.

In Daugirdiškės, participants of the “Off Roads” training, coming from seven countries, tried different types of technology: virtual reality, smart apps, Xbox as learning tools. Participants witnessed that this experience made them think of new methods of working with young people, including disabled young people. Besides, they also learned how to develop a game using the Code.org platform.