UNESCO focuses on sustainable development and uses education to build a peaceful and sustainable society around the world. UNESCO)
Gandhi Institute for Education on peace and sustainable development (MGIEP)
Ubisoft, a French video game publisher, has partnered to develop and distribute video games for educational purposes, targeting different audiences from school students to adults around the world, to create a more efficient and interesting learning experience.
While UNESCO focuses on sustainable development and uses education to build a peaceful and sustainable society around the world, Ubisoft researchers are keen to develop games that promote cooperation and cooperation rather than violence and competition.
In the dialogue with DNA, UNESCO (MGIEP)
I say the idea is to keep fun and educate as many people as possible.
Zigor Hernandorena Juarros, senior project manager at Ubisoft Entertainment learning, highlighted the idea of making video games available to all, regardless of their financial or health status, not everyone can afford game consoles and video games ideally they should be free and the idea is to make PC or web friendly games while maintaining triple functionality
"Quality and graphics," he said . ".
Games will also be developed considering mentally retarded children.
When asked how the idea came up, Juarros recalled that he had to visit his son's school and he realized that in the past 100-
Great changes have taken place around the world since 200, in addition to the teaching process of still using the blackboard, using the most intelligent board, but he wants to change that, think creating games will help change the way the world instilled education into children, but have a good time this time.