ClassVR Introduction: Virtual Reality for Schools

| June 27, 2017

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Hannah and Zoe from Avantis introduce the ClassVR system, explaining what is included with the classroom set and how activities can be controlled and navigated. Having both worked in UK Primary schools for a number of years, both Hannah and Zoe regularly contribute lesson ideas and classroom tips to the ClassVR.

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