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8 of the Best Apps for Taking Students on Virtual Field Trips



Virtual Reality (VR) is making a huge impact in classrooms. With the ability to fully immerse students in a subject matter, it is no wonder many educators are curious about it. In this article (shared below), there are many resources for taking students on a virtual field trip, to places that normally would not be feasible for classes to go.

Virtual field trips, the topic of our post today, is one simple example of how the web technologies have tremendously transformed learning and teaching. Without leaving their own desks and right from within their classroom, students get to visit popular world museums, explore ancient monuments in Egypt and Rome, tour major cities in the world using web tools that are readily available either for free or at a cheap cost.

See the full article here:

http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2017/04/8-of-best-web-tools-for-taking-students.html


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