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The Challenges for the Education Sector
Technology is a part of our lives and schools and educators need to adapt and integrate technology into their teaching methods. For older or less experienced educators, this can be a challenge, requiring significant investment in infrastructure and training.
Education systems need to evolve from just technical knowledge to developing soft skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving to ensure their students are prepared for the workforce and the constantly changing job market.
Traditional academic education is not preparing the students for the real world. A balance between academic and practical education is the best way to prepare new people for the workforce, such as internships, apprenticeships, and project-based learning.
How can we help
Extended Reality (XR) has the power to create immersive and interactive learning environments that provide students with hands-on experience, simulations, and visualisations of complex concepts, making learning more engaging and effective.
Virtual Reality (VR) can offer to students the opportunity to explore distant locations or experiencing historical events in a more interactive and engaging way, providing access to experiences and information that might otherwise be difficult or impossible to access.
XR can help educators personalise learning experiences, catering to individual student needs, and adapting to their learning styles.
Using virtual spaces, students can work together and collaborate, learning from each other, regardless of their physical location.
XR technologies can help students learn safely in high-risk environments, such as practising medical procedures or learning to operate heavy machinery.
Reducing costs in field trips, lab equipment, or physical models, can make education more cost-effective, therefore more accessible to all.