Opportunities And Challenges, The Metaverse Comes To San Francesco

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    New opportunities and challenges for the comprehensive school “San Francesco” in Gela. The school continues to conduct training activities related to the technology that has changed the face of education as part of its “From School to Sea and Back” project. By exploring that content, teachers introduce students to virtual worlds and learn how to investigate history, science, and other fields in new ways.

    In fact, a training course created by expert Lorenzo Muhle (pictured) has been launched, presenting teachers with a shared virtual space and offering “immersive lessons, global collaboration and opportunities for social interaction online”. He said that it became.

    “Schools and universities are adopting online platforms, mobile-based learning, and digital tools to deliver more personalized and efficient education (continued by Mule). Teachers are leveraging these resources to “Augmented reality and virtual reality are changing the way students learn complex concepts through these new and engaging technologies.”

    The conference consisted of two video conferences, one with Alessandro Toia, co-founder of VRtualize, a startup operating in the field of virtual reality and artificial intelligence, and one with Coderblock, a Sicilian company operating in this field. It was enriched by two video conferences from Miami with our founder, Danilo Costa. Metaverse, the creation of virtual worlds and artificial intelligence.

    “With these activities, we propose a set of relationships in the real world, rather than ‘one’ universal and immersive virtual world, facilitated by the use of headsets for virtual reality and augmented reality.” To do. ” explained the school’s principal, Maria Lina La China. Utilizing information technology. Promote the development of everyone’s soft skills to practice active citizenship skills. ”

    The conference is the first in a long-term series involving students, associations and external organizations and is part of a wider project based on observations of best practice in the ocean. We also aim to improve by building a virtual simulation of volunteers. It is the rediscovery and enhancement of coasts and cities that are currently undervalued.

    “Schools, cities, and beaches are the real learning environments in which our students live – continues Director La China.” By studying these and other examples, students will be able to explore these real-life spaces and their activities. Learn how to redesign, create virtual environments, and suggest different assumptions to change. ”


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