Virtual worlds have clear advantages over traditional classroom settings. Their uses are varied and can adapt to different needs.
What is clear is that the Commonwealth of Virginia is taking 3D printing very seriously, and that they are leading the way in 3D printing education.
Youngblut’s research has found some crucial characteristics for the successful integration of virtual worlds.
It was intended to create a more inclusive environment and make innovation more accessible to the wider public. The Festival provided a platform for young people and their families to explore different aspects of innovation through “learning by doing” activities.
3D printing seems to hold some promising and ground-breaking innovation that will definitely assist in the fulfillment of a productive educational experience.
Every education publisher knows that its biggest growth opportunities are
• digital products and services
• expansion into global markets
• efficient investment in its content-based enterprises (like books and journalism).
AR shouldn’t be another monster under the bed (or desk), says Judy Bloxham – used intelligently, it provides new ways for learners to access content and knowledge
The aim of using Virtual Reality as a medical training tool is to offer additional means to teach surgeon student. The goal is to halve the “on the fly” learning in the operating room with real patients and to improve the quality of the medical treatment.
The use of virtual reality gives students the opportunity to step outside the classroom in ways they have never had the opportunity to in the past. Students can take virtual field trips, do virtual dissections, and “participate” in history like students have never had the opportunity for in the past.