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Roadtovr | January 21, 2020
Undeterred by the death of Google Daydeam and the subsequent discontinuation of its consumer-focused standalone headset, Mirage Solo, Lenovo announced its building a new 3DOF standalone for educational purposes. With the so-called ‘Lenovo VR Classroom 2’, the company is offering up a complete package to educators, which includes hardware, content, device management, training, and support—all of it intended for middle and high school students. The company says in its education-f...
Lenovo | June 08, 2020
The teacher focus makes it the one tool that addresses what has been reported as the biggest problem for teachers in this post-COVID world; they don’t feel like they are teaching. This service covers 12 million users across 75 countries in 14 languages; this solution has been impressively successful. But toward the end of the presentation, they showcased the hardware they were supplying, and that hardware included a laptop and their high-performance VR Headset. That headset reminded ...
edsurge | April 14, 2020
From cutting-edge computing and cloud services to data-driven instruction and adaptive learning, K-12 edtech solutions are abundant. Unfortunately, so are school budget restrictions, unmanageable workloads and aging (not to mention underperforming) classroom technology, to name just a few concerns. For administrators deciding which solutions to invest in, time and resources are limited. This makes implementation a critical—occasionally daunting—step to take. Yet, there are plenty of ...
educationdive | April 15, 2020
Educators must balance many learning preferences as students adjust to online learning, which will be a good fit for some and difficult for others, District Administration reports. Some students will struggle with change and others will have a hard time dealing with isolation. Administrators can guide teachers to adjust their instruction to students’ individual needs and preferences. Introverted students, for example, thrive when allowed to explore thoughts and ideas but don’t like b...
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