This is a common question that crops up in conversations around edtech but we’re afraid to say – there’s no one answer to this.
And that’s because it offers up a plethora of benefits when it comes to pupil learning as well as the teaching experience.
With the right kind of tech in place in your school, you can enable students to learn about a topic by getting creative, rather than passively consuming information, which not only leads to improved engagement in learning but pupil outcomes too.
Edtech can be incredibly transformative in bringing learning to life as it boasts the power to fully immerse pupils in topics – including using VR and AR to transport pupils into any space in time (geographically and historically) allowing them to see a scene with their own eyes as well as digitally examine artefacts without leaving the classroom.
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