3D technology can be a powerful tool in the educator’s arsenal. Yet, it is only just beginning to make its way into classrooms. Research shows that the brain is hard-wired to tune in and remember more of what is sees visually in 3D than by any other learning method.
How does 3D improve learning?
What is needed to make it successful in the classroom?
How does it affect the way teachers teach?
What benefits does it have on eye health?
This ebook on The Future of 3D Education from Sensavis answers these questions and more, with interviews and information from some the world’s most prominent experts.
Find out why the brain likes 3D, what myths and facts are real or not, and get the latest information on new studies that show how 3D has improved classroom learning. Test scores and teachers back it up.
Featuring interviews with:
Len Scrogan (Digital Learning Architect, University of Colorado-Denver)
Anne Bamford (Researcher “Learning in Future Education” (LiFE) project)