As the technology becomes more affordable, you may have interest in virtual reality (VR) as an educational tool. You may wonder, how might I use VR in my classroom or school? How do I set up a VR lab? How do I integrate VR applications into my curriculum? Is VR feasible in low resource settings? If you are eager to join the growing group of educators who have begun to integrate virtual reality in their classrooms, this book is an excellent place to start.
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Table of Contents
Making Virtual Reality a Reality in Today's Classrooms
Imagining VR for Education in the Developing World
Three Levels of VR Integration
VR in K12
Building a Program from the Ground Up
Student Voice Counts
Assessing VR Applications
Viewing Virtual Reality from the Students' Perspective
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