The future is a realm of all sorts of unimaginable possibilities. But it isn’t too difficult to answer the question of where VR will be in the next five years. The sector that arguably stands to gain the most from rapid developments in VR technology is that of education. What ….
The great bard of Bengal, Rabindranath Tagore, was of the view that education should be a ‘joyous exercise of our inventive and constructive energies’. As an educator, my interest in VR therefore lies in understanding its role and potential in spearheading changes in our educational ecosystems. Although, change, as Larry ….
Addressing the gaps in traditional learning methods, such as rote learning, Dave Dolan makes a compelling case for VR-based learning in bringing about a transformative educational experience. In a constantly evolving learning environment, the writer underscores the importance of fostering a stimulating and participatory mode of engagement through VR, which could work wonders in assisting and deepening the learning process..
Veative presented an exclusive 360 VR video at a workshop organized by NSDC on the construction of Twin Pit toilets in rural areas. The localized content and animation of the video, was greatly appreciated by the masons, for whom the workshop was conducted. Veative also showcased its K-12 VR solution ….
Veative was awarded Best Choice at the Eldrock India Summit 2018. The summit is a one-day conference and exhibition where school owners, entrepreneurs, and educationists come together to meet and showcase technological solutions in the field of education.
The practical use of VR in the classroom is often a concern raised by teachers. Can VR provide the element that is missing from traditional teaching methods? Dave Dolan, a teacher and advocator for VR, highlights the misconceptions, changes, and benefits of the use of VR in modern day classrooms. He breaks down how this type of immersive learning has a potential for assisting teachers to provide a more active, hands-on environment for students, which has the potential to ultimately heighten retention, engagement, and motivation.
This article takes a look into how “cool” devices are sometimes valued more than the content itself. As educators searching for the ‘next best thing,’ it is easy to be sidetracked by the device that delivers the content rather than the learning component that is presented on it. Let’s take a look into how a shift in focus is necessary in the world of education technology.
We are back with another blog on Virtual Reality in Education and this time we are talking about how VR benefits schools in motivating students to learn and how VR provides opportunities of autonomous learning for students.