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« How one Tennessee high school set out on a six-week mission to test immersive education via virtual reality and answer the question, “Could VR be the next frontier for education?” »
« Studies show technologies like tablets increase student engagement and make certain tasks easier. Proving that learning improves with such tools, on the other hand, is more difficult. However, there is potential in VR technology — due to its immersive, 3D nature with the combination of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning models — to better engage students and help them to retain key concepts. »
source : https://www.amd.com/en/corporate-responsibility/technology-classroom
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« Hundreds of thousands of refugee children around the world do not have access to education. Working together, Educate a Child and UNHCR have made it possible for 266,000 refugee children to attend school in 12 countries. »
« EAC works with partner organisations toward its mission to trigger significant breakthroughs in providing out of school children faced with extreme poverty, cultural barriers, and conflict-affected environments an opportunity for a full course of quality primary education. »