65% of students in today’s primary schools will work in jobs that don’t yet exist today. It’s time to reinvent the classroom to prepare students for the future, not the past.
When used in a classroom setting as part of an instructional medium, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) support more holistic, real-world learning and enable children to play a more active role in the learning process. This infographic explores how schools and educators are reimagining teaching with VR to help students gear up for the future.
HP’s VR and AR equipment support learning goals by improving collaboration skills, helping students exercise creativity and curiosity, develop emotional intelligence and comprehend complex concepts. Contact a HP Device Specialist today to test drive a demonstration unit.