HOW TO IMPROVE LEARNING BY USING VR AND AR

i4u | March 19, 2019

HOW TO IMPROVE LEARNING BY USING VR AND AR
Teaching using virtual reality in education is one of the best ways to improve learning and increase engagement of students in class. Check out these ways on how to improve learning by using VR and AR.What comes to your mind when you hear the word virtual reality? Do you visualize people wearing headsets and 3D goggles? If so, you are right. How does virtual reality work? It allows you to experience simulated environment using computer-generated images. Virtual reality often relies on audio and visual effects. Virtual reality is now being used to improve learning. Virtual reality in education is a new teaching strategy that many schools and universities are now adopting. Now only is it time saving but it is also convenient in improving students’ learning ability and teachers’ teaching skills. There are several ways on how to improve learning by using VR and AR and both teachers and students must be aware of it and its advantages.

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When used appropriately, educational technology is a tool to assist with implementation of the Common Core Standards, help raise graduation rates, and prepare students for life beyond K-12 education. Technology employed in isolation, without direct instruction, or highly qualified guidance, fails to address these concerns.

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When used appropriately, educational technology is a tool to assist with implementation of the Common Core Standards, help raise graduation rates, and prepare students for life beyond K-12 education. Technology employed in isolation, without direct instruction, or highly qualified guidance, fails to address these concerns.

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