Did you know that there are 7 different learning styles: verbal, visual, musical/auditory, physical/kinesthetic, logical/mathematical, social, solitary, and a combination of a few of these; and moreover, each student, as a unique individual, finds different types of these learning styles most useful to them?

Considering that as educators, teachers already have many different roles to fulfill, like controllers, organizers, creators, prompters, and assessors, on top of the fact that the number of schools that are experiencing overcrowding continues to increase, it is more than obvious that teachers are in desperate need of tools that will help them not only ease the process of learning, but also modernize it, bring it closer to the student’s interests, and adjust it in a way that students with different learning styles will find the lesson equally useful and beneficial.

Implementing technology such as VR—virtual reality—and AR—augmented reality—into classrooms allows educators to achieve this goal. That’s why many educators predict a bright future for VR and AR in education.