Virtual reality (VR) has the ability, as we understand it, to improve and even fundamentally change education.
Particularly, it entertains students more than any other feasible method in their learning. In the classroom, it removes both visual and auditory disruptions and has the potential to connect students closely with the topic they are studying in a way that has never been possible before.
It is no secret that schools are trying to build environments rich in technology, but these must be systematic, with an emphasis on learning and curriculum. Simply equipping schools with computers and laptops may not be enough, but the introduction of VR technology can have an extraordinary impact.Read more