ISTE 2017: From VR Consumers to VR Creators
User-friendly tech tools make it easy for students to create their own virtual worlds.
Alex Wolf, Facilitator, Office of Digital Learning, Baltimore County Public Schools
Ryan Twentey, Art Educator, Baltimore County Public Schools
- Nonprofit organization Digital Promise partnered with Baltimore County Public Schools to provide virtual reality equipment.
- Students at five high schools collaborated to create their own virtual reality content.
- Initiatives like this help students transition from being consumers of digital content to telling their own individual stories.
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