Teachers have always experimented with new technology and how it can be integrated to augment the lessons and content given to students. Classroom sets of books afforded teachers the opportunity to give homework, movie projectors and televisions offered an opportunity to display new content, and calculators transformed computational mathematics. Augmented and virtual reality are new tools that can transition pedagogy to include new materials and content. Students can travel to historical landmarks, world heritage sites, and past events from the safety of their classroom. Books can be scanned to reveal videos and three-dimensional content identified by the teacher to enhance the content available to the student.
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Virtual classrooms are an effective and widely used learning delivery mechanism—one that today’s economically and geographically challenged talent development functions have embraced enthusiastically. ATD’s Virtual Classrooms Now: Using Technology to Reach Today’s Workforces whitepaper identifies practices that are gaining positive returns for companies achieving strong market performance and high levels of learning effectiveness. Download this whitepaper to learn what’s working in virtual classrooms today.