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Nathie 🔜 #OC6 Apr 4
Replying to @NathieVR
Using VR to educate students is an awesome and interactive way to learn something new. Why read out of a dusty text book if you can immerse yourself by traveling through the pages instead.
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Ben 'Nuanced Oatpinion Haver' Sjavik Apr 5
Replying to @NathieVR
Well, for starters, you'd learn where question marks go
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🐝 Bå§qïåţ 🐝 and 🐝 97 🐝 others Apr 6
Replying to @NathieVR
Just as you'd know where periods go.
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Ben 'Nuanced Oatpinion Haver' Sjavik Apr 6
It's common practice in social media to omit ending punctuation, but thanks for your feedback
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∆☰⊙ᑎ Apr 4
I wouldn't recommend that... at least until we better understand. I would however absolutely recommend AR experiences via tablet.
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muttly Apr 4
That's not teaching.
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DoMortas Apr 4
Replying to @NathieVR
VR has so many educational possibilities, I honestly look forward to hearing kids talking about learning science, or biology in VR
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0xDECAFBAD Apr 4
Replying to @NathieVR
Need .... some ... googly ... eyes!!!!
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Αλεξ Apr 5
Replying to @NathieVR
We get it, technology is bad fire is scary and Thomas Edison was a witch.
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Derv Apr 5
Replying to @NathieVR
It just got a LOT easier to steal milk money.
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🐶 ~devPuppy~ 🐶 Apr 4
Replying to @NathieVR
Never seen a class that engaged before!
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Meghan Apr 4
Replying to @NathieVR
We also thought that was going to be the school of the future a quarter of a century ago.
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LachieBruh Apr 5
Replying to @0x0ddc0ffee @NathieVR
We also though we'd have watches with touch screens and extremely thin devices that could speak to anyone across the globe by now! How silly we were! We could never have such technology...
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Meghan Apr 5
Replying to @BruhLachie @NathieVR
The tech was there, and affordable enough to put in classrooms 5 years later. Not at the resolutions of today, but good enough to be educationally useful. Didn't happen though. Instead, everybody treated VR like it was a long-expired fad for another decade and a half.
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Meghan Apr 5
Replying to @BruhLachie @NathieVR
Schools are notoriously bad at putting tech to use. Big grants are allocated to buy equipment, which then collects dust for decades because no one ever trains the teachers in how to integrate it effectively in their lessons.
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LachieBruh Apr 6
Replying to @0x0ddc0ffee @NathieVR
You make a good point there. There will definitely need to be some sort of organisation with equipment such as this. But I don't think it will be such a fad again. But only time can tell
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S. Balboa Apr 5
Replying to @NathieVR
Yeah, let’s separate the student/teacher relationship even further by making actual reality virtual. smdh
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(JJ) Red Spirit Gilmore Apr 5
Replying to @NathieVR @AGraylin
, care to share how classes in China are doing :)
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Alvin Wang Graylin Apr 6
Replying to @NathieVR
Here’s a recent post on the topic...
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(JJ) Red Spirit Gilmore Apr 6
Replying to @AGraylin @NathieVR
Incredible!
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