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VR in the Classroom – What students and teachers reviewed

VR in the classroom has not seen fast adoption and we find answers for it in the classroom The first and foremost factor is comfort and usability factor of the hardware which does not feel heavy or too difficult to maneuver in a classroom. Time is an essential factor for students and like any other …

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Democratization of an educational ecosystem

How are the millennials learning? Has there been any change in their learning outcomes? These are some of the challenging questions that any “educator” needs to address. Education & Learning centers (unlike the healthcare system which has a wide variety of specialized centers), comprises of schools/institutions which are still categorized as “private schools”, “public schools” …

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True knowledge is inherently interdisciplinary.

Several years ago, a college newspaper editorial board wrote an editorial suggesting that the college get rid of “useless” humanities departments, such as foreign languages and history, and funnel more resources to “useful” departments. In response, I wrote the following letter, but I never sent it. At Learnroll Immerse, we believe that education is more …

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