Connect with us :

Using virtual reality to help teachers better support refugee students

View
Like
Share
Behavioral research has been testing perspective-taking approaches to change individuals’ attitudes and behaviors towards specific people or groups. The goal is to make an individual “step into the shoes” of the other person to generate more empathy and attitude change.

Read More: https://blogs.worldbank.org/europeandcentralasia/using-virtual-reality-help-teachers-better-support-refugee-students

Related Articles

UNICEF Is Helping Girls Stay In School In Madagascar

UNICEF Is Helping Girls Stay In School In Madagascar

Story Source: Forbes ~ Go to Original Article Fifteen-year-old Soavazaha (above, left) loves math and physics. She’s one of the…
DepEd Lauds ALS Teachers For Mentoring The ‘Last, The Lost, And The Least’

DepEd Lauds ALS Teachers For Mentoring The ‘Last, The Lost, And The Least’

Story Source: Manila Bulletin ~ Go to Original Article Amid a myriad of challenges, the Department of Education (DepEd) continues…
Cambodia Launches Lifelong Learning Policy

Cambodia Launches Lifelong Learning Policy

Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article Today marks the national launch of Cambodia’s Lifelong Learning Policy, officially endorsed…