Today video games are used as an additional or alternative method to traditional education. Video games are beneficial and used for educational purposes in the classroom or at home. So, learning from video games outside the classroom is possible as well.
So, we (five countries from Europe) decided to create the project that is about games and their use at various lessons. Two students from Alytus vocational training centre and three teachers were the core team in this project and were working on the video games. The students were selected of the computer network developer training programme and they had only basic skills of programming before the project.
Our Math teachers and students have already tested these games and it has been more interesting to study Math playing games than traditional lessons which are boring for students. Moreover, this project is really meaningful and beneficial for our school and students because they will use these games during the lessons and they can change the math tasks according to the topics of lessons.