Interested in VR? This might be up your alley

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If you do want to learn about using immersive VR in classrooms then you might be pleased to learn that there are free downloads (until March 27th) available of my article ‘Embedding immersive virtual reality in classrooms: Ethical, organisational and educational lessons in bridging research and practice‘ Abstract: Increasing numbers of children and young people … Continue reading Interested in VR? This might be up your alley

‘The internet is all around us’ what children think of the internet

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Recently, Tiana Murray (an early career primary school teacher) and I had an article published in the journal, Digital Culture and Education, which examines what 10-12 year old children think of the internet. We published it in an online open access journal which I think is a fantastic venue for this research as it allowed … Continue reading ‘The internet is all around us’ what children think of the internet