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Virtual Reality Is Transforming the Way Students Are Learning Complex STEM Concepts

Wednesday, March 30, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Virtual Reality Is Transforming the Way Students Are Learning Complex STEM Concepts

Presented by Glenn Collins, Global VP Sales and Marketing, Veative; and Mary Carson, Former Science Teacher, Global Education Program Specialist, Veative

Sponsored by Veative

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Watch this edWebinar to learn how virtual reality (VR) is revolutionizing the way students are learning complex concepts in science and math. You discover how educators are able to bring lessons to life using VR, improving student engagement and learning outcomes.

The presenters discuss how VR is connecting learners with experiences, from complex simulations to simple lab experiments. They demonstrate how using VR’s immersive experiences promotes the connection between learner and concept, inspiring greater inquiry. What if a student could virtually enter a plant, become part of an ecosystem, or feel a connection with the smallest particles that make up the basis of life? All this and more are possible with VR, and you will be pleasantly surprised how easily it can be incorporated into your curriculum.

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to teachers, education technology leaders, and school and district leaders of the middle and high school grades.

Glenn CollinsAbout the Presenters

Glenn Collins has been working with educators to improve learning outcomes through the utilization of technology for almost 40 years. He is passionate about the impact that immersive learning is having on learners globally and how it is transforming the way we engage students.

Mary CarsonWith a background in biological science and education, Mary Carson spent 14 years as a secondary science teacher, during which she served as the science department chairperson in a public school of 1,500 students. She began her journey into the world of immersive learning in 2016, leading a team of subject-matter experts to develop augmented and virtual reality STEM content. A lifelong educator and learner, Mary excels in helping edtech companies understand teachers’ needs, implement best practices, and support educators in the field. Mary currently serves as the global education program specialist at Veative.

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Veative

Veative is a global provider of VR Solutions for Education. Our platform contains the world’s largest library of standards-aligned, immersive and interactive content focused on grades 6 through 12 in math, biology, chemistry, and physics. Designed by educators for educators, our solution is easy for teachers and students to use, simple to deploy and affordable.


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Wednesday, March 30, 2022
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
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