It is not always easy to gain new knowledge. The prominent German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus, showed in the 1880s just how difficult it is for people to remember new information through what he called “The forgetting cure”. It was shown that in training...
“Virtual Reality is also a way to channel a student’s energy, enthusiasm and curiosity into learning in a new way.” https://bit.ly/2O1jGXu
“Not only will VR bring ‘boring’ subjects to life and get students excited about learning, but it will also assist in memory retention and understanding as students reflect on their experiences in future lessons.” https://bit.ly/2P680CZ
“When students can visualize what they’re learning, concepts stick. Additionally, when you can “drop” a students in almost any location throughout history, it builds empathy.” https://bit.ly/30MACn7
“AR/VR is coming down the stack from workforce into higher ed, and is slowly making its way into K-12” https://bit.ly/3cgpYdA
“VR and AR help students visualize what they are learning and make them feel like they are experiencing it as they learn.” https://bit.ly/38cigjH