Bringing AR and VR into the classroom is rapidly evolving from the shiny toy to meaningful learning. Teachers around the world are showing use-cases of improved learning when students use virtual reality; it gets them out of their seats and engaged with their education. Even more exciting, is when students and teachers can find a sense of ownership in their VR content. On today’s podcast, Kaspar Rosengreen Nielsen, product manager and lead programmer of WizeFloor at the Alexandra Institute, explained the importance of engaging students through movement and collaboration, and how accessible VR will let teachers craft more meaningful learning for the classroom.
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