How to connect classrooms with Virtual Reality

Connecting classrooms to real world requires the education system to responsibly integrate technology into curriculum. Most of the modern schools are successful in providing three pieces of a 4 side puzzle – Proper structure, Personalisation and Flexibility. Teachers are at heart of our education system and are vital part for these three pieces. But the 1 piece which has been missing is Imagination. When an idea fuels inspiration, the in-between state that leads to action and success is imagination. Imagination helps you see things that exist in different planes, sometime which are required to move forward. A tool which simulates this imagination and helps students learn from an immersive 360 environments is Virtual and Augmented reality. 

Traditional schools have always been successful in providing three pieces of a 4 side puzzle – Proper structure, Personalisation and Flexibility. Teachers are at heart of our education system and are vital part for these three pieces. But the 1 piece which has been missing is Imagination. When an idea fuels inspiration, the in-between state that leads to action and success is imagination. A tool which simulates this imagination and helps students learn from an immersive 360 environments is Virtual and Augmented reality. 

We at Divetech are hard at work to equip students with tools required to create an imaginative space and fulfill their fantasies to build experiences and knowledge. We are in work to collaborate with different VR edutainment (Education + Entertainment) content providers and refine it to fit different schools academics. A meaningful integration of VR into school without any fundamental changes to the curriculum is being designed.

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