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Virtual Reality

Having taught history I have longed at times for a way to let students see how a situation/war evolved.  The ability to make maps dimensional, or battlefields viewable with troops or to make a situation present like a chess board would I think help breath life into issues that students see as not such a big deal.  I think VR is daunting but filled with amazing possibility and application for the classroom.  The design idea is likely what is terrifying but it would definitely have a great deal of application in a social studies classroom.  The video definitely works to move you beyond the idea of virtual reality as a gamers only field and began to for me to unlock the thought process for how it could be used in a classroom.

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