School Virtual Reality: News & Blog Posts

Read the latest articles and updates on successfully using Virtual Reality in school.

Immersive Learning

A Guide to Immersive Learning in Schools

A Guide to Immersive Learning in Schools   Dec 09, 2021 |  5 min read Immersive learning is all about experiencing and exploring. Imagine learning about life in the trenches during...

Published: 8 December 2021 Read More

Pearl Harbor – Virtual Reality Teaching Resources

What caused the attack of Pearl Harbor?  What events occurred during the attack on Pearl Harbor?  What was impact of the events at Pearl Harbor?  Why do you think Pearl...

Published: 2 December 2021 Read More

Guest Blog: Re-envisioning Teacher Education and In-Service Professional Development with ClassVR

The Education faculty of the Peter & Paula Lunder School of Education, Thomas College, Waterville, Maine are dedicated to the work of re-envisioning teacher education and professional development for its...

Published: 18 November 2021 Read More
Geography Awareness Week

Build Excitement This Geography Awareness Week with VR

At ClassVR, we have a wide range of resources that will help you create exciting Geography lessons that your students will remember for years to come! Whether you’re teaching about...

Published: 16 November 2021 Read More

ClassVR announces partnership with Varwin Education

This latest integration means that VR projects created in the Varwin platform can be opened and accessed directly from a Premium ClassVR headset. Once the project is opened, students can...

Published: 15 November 2021 Read More
Climate Change

Making Sense of Climate Change with ClassVR

As 2021’s highly anticipated COP26 event in Glasgow comes to an end, teachers worldwide are looking at different ways that they can use ClassVR to help explain something as vast...

Published: 11 November 2021 Read More

The Gunpowder Plot – Virtual Reality Teaching Resources

Who was religious in this time? Why did a group of people want to remove the King from the throne? How were the main conspirators going to get rid of the King? These are just a...

Published: 3 November 2021 Read More

Open Up Accessibility for Students with Virtual Reality

Ludwig Wittgenstein once said “The limits of my language mean the limits of my world.”  As a school leader on an island off the West Coast of Scotland myself, I know first-hand the limited experiences and...

Published: 26 October 2021 Read More
School Climate Action 2021

Immersive Climate Change Learning Experiences - Schools Climate Action 2021

Throughout the day, the 1500 students in attendance had the opportunity to learn and engage with climate change in so many amazing ways. The students heard inspirational talks from the...

Published: 22 October 2021 Read More

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