4 Popular misconceptions about Virtual Reality in education

When the words Virtual Reality are mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is the image of a gamer wearing a headset. However, the applications of VR have moved far beyond gaming and entertainment.

In the educational sector, VR provides meaningful and novel ways to connect with both students and teachers. It can stimulate real-world environments to enable experiential learning. Students can record their work, test their skills and get guidance from experts, all within the system. Also, this type of active learner engagement is enjoyed by students. As a result, VR can help improve learning and is appreciated by pupils and teachers alike.

The use of VR techniques in classrooms is becoming a more common practice, and there are now several centers dedicated to virtual and augmented learning around the world. This will eventually turn into a universal phenomenon as students who are taught using these methods pursue college degrees and then enter the workforce.

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