More Than Tech; VR for Empathy with Monica Burns of Class Tech Tips

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The more technology we have, the more people seem too drift apart. Author and EdTech Consultant, Dr. Monica Burns of Class Tech Tips, however, believes that technology can not only foster human relationships within the classroom, but also promote students to become more empathetic.

When it comes to VR, we cannot simply use it because it’s new and flashy; instead, Monica, argues, we must use this new technology with intent and purpose to garner to truly enrich our students’ lives. Join us today to talk about how to use VR to not only help students explore more of the world, but how to inspire students to create their own stories with VR.

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