The international Erasmus + KA2 project "Multidimensional Analytical Training in Education" (MATE), where scientists of the Faculty of Informatics (Vytautas Magnus University), together with neuroscientists, psychologists and educators from the University of Economics and Innovation (Poland), the University of Laguna (Spain) and the University of Alicante (Spain) investigate how the chess play effects to the children learning and cognitive development, was presented to Lithuanian educators. The presentation was done by dr. J. Kasperiuniene at the plenary session.
Participants of the discussion forum "Advancement and Innovation in Education: How It Promotes Successful Learning", organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences (Vytautas Magnus University ) were interested in virtual and augmented reality-based solutions in education, human-computer interfaces, and the social impact of the breaking innovations. More than 150 teachers from all around the Lithuania took part in Forum discussions. In this Forum, representatives of the Department of General Education of the Ministry of Education and Science, Republic Lithuania, presented the measures of the state program. Teachers and experts in general education shared their experiences. Forum participants discussed innovations in the educational process.