HyperSkill being applied to develop a problem solving based course to career and technical education in Oregon

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Irvine, CA, December 7 2022 – Most training programs for career and technical education (CTE) take a heavily guided approach where they give step by step instructions. This approach, while being effective at delivering specific information, fails to train for problem solving skills which are vitally important for skills transfer and motivation. In contrast, experts at Oregon Tech are conducting an innovative R&D project to apply the HyperSkill platform to creating a VR course that is based on problem solving. This project aims to create 5 high quality VR simulations focusing on core machining skills. A distinguishing aspect of the project is its emphasis on leveraging data to deeply understand the learner and support them in their exploratory learning process. To learn more, please contact us.