Every1Games is proud to announce Sarah Drew will be presenting “Every1Games; Autism, Neurodiversity and Transitions to Higher Education” at Connect 2014, Canada’s Learning and Technology Conference. Connect 2014 provides the K-12 and higher education community with an unique opportunity to connect with educators from across the country and explore how technology can be used to enhance teaching and learning.
Join us in the Exhibition Hall Friday May 9 at 1:30 PM!
Every1Games; Autism, Neurodiversity and Transitions to Higher Education (PFR3-4)
Discover what it means to accommodate Neurodiversity in every classroom and how Every1Games prepares youth on the autism spectrum for post-secondary education. Every1Games co-creates low-anxiety, collaborative learning environments using a variety of digital tools and online resources. Students explore the inside of the video game industry and engage in academic culture building valuable life skills through individual and team-based game development, social learning activities, and networking guidance.