“For students to be wanting to do something, the learning has to be accessible,” said Sidi, who really likes that students can work at their own pace and choose what to focus on. “This is accessible for students of all skill level.” Sidney Burrell, a Grade 5 student at St. Rose loves that she doesn't have to sit at her desk to learn. “Instead of just telling us how it works, we can actually see it. It's super fun and it's a different way of learning,” said Burrell. A classroom VR kit costs $9,000 and comes with 20 sets of goggles and devices. For AR, Sadler says they can use a school's existing tablets or purchase second hand devices.

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