ClassVR announced as Bett award finalist for 2018
The world’s first virtual and augmented reality set designed specifically for schools, ClassVR has been announced as a finalist in the Digital Devices category for the Bett Awards 2018.
The Bett Awards, which form part of the Bett Show each year, provide a showcase of resources and companies that seek to provide educators with the information, ideas and inspiration to support teaching and learning.
ClassVR from Avantis is a ground-breaking new technology designed specifically to help raise engagement and increase knowledge retention for students of all ages and abilities. ClassVR is a Virtual and Augmented reality system designed exclusively for use in the classroom. With all the necessary hardware, software, tools, training, support and implementation that a school needs to successfully implement this exciting and engaging new technology.
The winners of the 18th annual Bett Awards will be announced from the shortlist at the Awards Dinner at Tabacco Dock, London on Wednesday 24th January 2018, the first evening of Bett 2018.
To find out more about ClassVR visit the team on stand C215 at Bett 2018, which takes place at ExCeL London from 24 to 27 January 2018
Huw Williams, Marketing Director comments:
“We’re incredibly excited that ClassVR has been shortlisted for a prestigious Bett Award. As with all our innovations, ClassVR utilises cutting edge technology and makes it relevant and impactful in the classroom. What better way to engage children than to offer them activities and lessons they could never experience in real life. It is truly inspiring. We continue to work closely with educators to ensure that any new features and developments are designed with their requirements in mind; to be selected as finalists by the judges who are made up of teaching professionals is testament to this.”