Let’s take an example: So, you’re teaching Science. The lesson for today is to learn about What’s Inside Human Body. You talk passionately about What’s Inside Human Body with the properties, then you show the students some pictures and videos. It all looks fun, but isn’t it a little bit too traditional in 2017? Because, […]
According to research done by Samsung, there are only two percents of teachers who have tried the magic of VR education. Here’s what they said.
2017 is coming. Traveling to space is now possible. With these VR apps.
If someone said, “I see colors when I hear a sound,” that’s not a joke. That’s synesthesia. And, now, you can see it, too.
How does it feel like to leave Earth? What is hidden above the highest clouds? From your home, safe and sound, let’s fly to Edge of Space.
It’s free, immersive, powerful, educational. Why don’t you give them a chance?
The first and, so far, the only source for English teachers who want to bring Virtual Reality to the classroom. Let’s bring it on.
At this museum, you can see a dinosaur walking, a human’s heart beating, go inside a painting. Lucky you, it’s very, very near.
It’s 2016. Practicing in front of your mirror isn’t enough.
Don’t you think that your students easily lose excitement in the classroom? Let’s get it right.