February 22nd 2017: EdSource. Reposted by Huffington Post, Los Angeles Daily News.
If you can’t afford a field trip to the International Space Station, donning a boxy black headset might be the next best thing.
To take advantage of the latest in 3-D technology, teachers are increasingly expressing interest in using virtual reality to enhance science education.
There are no firm numbers about how widely virtual reality is being used in the classroom, but teachers interviewed by EdSource believe it can be an effective way to hold the attention of students accustomed to video games and digital media, as well as provide innovative ways to learn about the natural world.
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