3D learning in the classroom

3D learning is a reality in the United Arab Emirates GEM Modern Academy. Going into a lecture hall or classroom with everyone wearing a pair of 3D glasses. Once you put them on, you’ll be able to see the hologram in the middle of the room. 3D learning can be very helpful to all types of learners not just visual ones. They can help you make more sense of the topic and it makes learning difficult topics easier to learn. 3D learning can attract everyone and draws everyone’s attention.

3D learning is and should be a big thing, it allows students (or anyone) to learn through practice, and as they say

“practice makes perfect.”

It makes learning fun and stimulates the real thing. For example, if you are an aspiring doctor, wouldn’t you want to practice cutting someone open before many times before doing it on a real person (and potentially mess up)? Or, if you want to be a lawyer, wouldn’t you want to practice going into court before you actually be an attorney in a real life case? This is why 3D learning should be a thing in every classroom and every country.

With holograms and VR sets, not only can people learn, but they can also experience things. For example, right now, during a world wide pandemic, wouldn’t you want to travel but be safe? holograms and VRs can give you the experience you are looking for at the comfort of your own home!

Sources: VR videos

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Ms. Angie Zhou

Education Specialist

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Angie Zhou is an Education Specialist at MIT App Inventor. She was the founder and CEO of Dreams Come True in Shenzhen, where she developed online coding courses for kids. She also has previous curriculum development, teaching and staff training experience at First Code Academy in Hong Kong.