Create & plan your lessons

Select from resources or upload your own

Management of Virtual Reality headsets by school teachers

The ClassVR portal provides an easy way to find great, curriculum aligned educational VR resources. Search by subject, topic or even a keyword, and find ready made collections, or individual resources to build your own lesson. You can even upload and store your own VR content, such as 360 degree images and videos, with just a few clicks.

FINDING CURRICULUM RESOURCES

With a simple search function and pre-made collections, it’s easy to find VR and AR resources for your lesson. There are over 500 resources currently available, with more being added each week.

Search for resources by subject, topic or even by keyword. Browse through our extensive collection of curriculum aligned resources and custom lesson plans to find ready made ideas and worksheets to help engage your students.

Finding VR Curriculum Resources
Managing & Sharing VR Activity Lists

BUILD, SAVE AND SHARE

Using our intuitive drag and drop functionality, you can easily create custom resource ‘playlists’ within seconds, ready for you to deliver to your class at the click of a button.

Prepare your lessons ahead of time, then save them in your own ‘My Library’, for easy access later.

UPLOAD YOUR OWN VR CONTENT

Whilst ClassVR gives you access to hundreds of great curriculum resources, creating, uploading and using your own content gives you maximum flexibility when teaching.

Find and upload your own VR content, including 360 degree photos and videos, and build them into your own custom ‘playlist’ lesson. If you want to create your own 360 photos and video, check out our ClassCam, a great 360 camera designed for the classroom, with a simple way to upload your content to ClassVR.

Upload and use your own VR photos & content

INTRODUCTION VIDEO: CREATE & PLAN USING THE CLASSVR PORTAL

The following short video will give you an introduction to how the ClassVR Portal can be used in a typical classroom scenario, to quickly create and plan a virtual reality lesson.