Tag Archives: zSpace

Does VR Have a Place in EdTech?

Having a good look at a new (virtual) reality for students in the classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Monica Burns Over the past few weeks I’ve had a handful of conversations with influencers, educators, and developers who are exploring Virtual … Continue reading

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Booming in Buffalo

A community agrees on a truly transformative tool for teaching and learning. GUEST COLUMN| by Joe Parlier Kriner Cash views his district as on the cusp of a major renaissance, parallel to the one that the western New York state … Continue reading

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Speaking Up About Simulation

The importance of bringing learners to places where they normally wouldn’t be. GUEST COLUMN | by Len Scrogan Simulation [sim-yuh-ley-shuh n] – An interactive experience that imitates, models, or replicates more complex phenomena. For nearly twenty-five years, I have been teaching with simulation. In … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | zSpace

Virtual reality is taking over classrooms around the country, thanks to zSpace. From dissecting human hearts, diving into volcanoes or testing physics outcomes in Jupiter’s gravity, students are experiencing the next generation of immersive learning without teachers having to worry … Continue reading

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