Virtual reality technology for teaching neurosurgery of skull base tumor


Reference:

Shao, X., Yuan, Q., Qian, D. et al. Virtual reality technology for teaching neurosurgery of skull base tumor. BMC Med Educ 20, 3 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-019-1911-5

After reading this article, I have learnt that teaching using the Virtual Reality (VR) Technology improved the overall assessment scores for the students. VR Technology not only increases the interest of students to learn, but it also consolidates and enables visualisation of the abstract content. I believe that this technology is very relevant in teaching Early Childhood (which is my specialty). We need to make learning more concretes, engaging and authentic. VR Technology allows the students to study at their own pace, build their own imagination and ultimately, construct their own knowledge.

I can’t wait to introduce Digital Technology in my classroom.

 

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