Tag Archives: VR in the classroom

VR in Education

Today’s challenges and tomorrow’s promise. GUEST COLUMN | by Jon Roepke Of all the areas where virtual reality technology is now being used, VR may hold the most promise in education. By enabling immersive experiences, VR can engage students’ imaginations … Continue reading

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Worth the Investment

Saying yes to STEM programs in early childhood education. GUEST COLUMN | by Kimberly Mecham Young children are naturally curious and often ask questions about the world around them. Many of these seemingly simple questions, such as “why do rocks … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | 2VR

When 2VR was originally invented, the primary focus was mobility, yet as time passes, its significance begins to morph into something more. It becomes about access to information at any moment, anywhere you are. Today, our students have a wealth … Continue reading

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New Frontiers

Exploring the world of classroom VR without disrupting anything. GUEST COLUMN | by Alice Bonasio You’re on your way to Mars – says my Virtual Reality lesson prompt. This particular VR journey starts with a look around a spacecraft hangar … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | zSpace

Virtual reality is taking over classrooms around the country, thanks to zSpace. From dissecting human hearts, diving into volcanoes or testing physics outcomes in Jupiter’s gravity, students are experiencing the next generation of immersive learning without teachers having to worry … Continue reading

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