Virtual lessons in reality

Humboldt High School students use virtual reality simulations to prepare for their future.

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March 4, 2020 - 10:50 AM

Humboldt High School student Simon Stephens takes part in a virtual reality project in which he sprays paint on a piece of metal at a FutureMaker Mobile Learning Lab exercise Tuesday. Monitoring his progress is Devin Smith, a FutureMaker representative. Photo by Richard Luken

HUMBOLDT — Students caught a glimpse of their future selves Tuesday, getting a few lessons on the (virtual) realities of adulthood along the way.

Humboldt High School students took part in a pair of projects coordinated by guidance counselor Carol Larson.

The Future Maker Mobile Learning Lab, developed by Wichita State University and Goodwill Industries of Kansas, Inc., served up a number of career demonstrations through the magic of computers.

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