Director of Future Learning
NSW Department of Education
8:30 AM Using Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) and Design Thinking to Inform Design and Ensure Effective Use of Learning Space
Learning can and should happen anywhere- from Antarctica to outer space to underground mines- and VR can now bring classroom lessons to life. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) mark the beginning of a new era in our relationship with technology, one that will blur the lines between physical and digital spaces.
We are no longer the outsider staring into the screen; instead we are part of the experience.
Be one of the first to understand how Futures Learning can support with bringing the world into our classrooms.
No longer are we just working with physical spaces alone; the future possibilities of learning spaces are becoming infinite
Reasons to attend:
- Explore the possibilities of AR and VR within new learning spaces and its impact on both students and teachers
- Is this a cheaper method and how can Futures Learning support this?
- Learn how to operate and integrate AR/VR as tools in education
- Delve into a hands-on 1 hour workshop about Designing Thinking.