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Student Mode

Student Mode

SchooVR offers a wide range of interactive educational content for teachers and students to enjoy. Our virtual reality experiences are packed with immersive 360-degree images, assessment activities, polls, questions, guided audio, and points of interest that enhance the learning experience and make it more engaging for students. With hundreds of experiences to choose from, there is something for every teacher and student on our platform. Whether you are looking for lessons on a specific subject or grade level, or simply want to explore new and innovative ways to learn, SchooVR has something for you. So, try SchooVR and make your learning experience an exciting and engaging one.

Entering Self-Guided Mode

To enter "Self-Guided" mode, teachers can simply select the round icon located in the top right corner of the screen. When the button is active, an orange button will appear in the same location, indicating that the self-guided mode is enabled. This mode allows teachers to provide students with the freedom to explore and learn at their own pace, rather than being guided through the content in real-time. It is a great way to give students the opportunity to discover and learn on their own, while still providing the structure and support they need to succeed.

Student Mode

While in "Self-Guided" mode, students have the freedom to explore and learn at their own pace, using the resources provided by SchooVR. These resources include 360-degree panoramas, points of interest (POIs), audio, and other materials that help to enhance the learning experience. Students can use these resources to gain a deeper understanding of the content, and can even work through quizzes and assessments on their own to test their knowledge and understanding. By providing students with the opportunity to explore and learn independently, teachers can create a dynamic and engaging classroom environment that caters to the diverse needs of their students.

Updated on: 26/03/2024

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