Table of Content Virtual Reality (VR) in Education A game changer or smoke and mirrors? VR is one of the most studied emerging innovative technologies used in several fields such as education, medical training, military training, architectural design learning and more. Emerging evidence has demonstrated that Virtual Reality (VR) supported lessons are able to enhance […]
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“Are engineers better placed to learn to become physics teachers than physicists?”
Asks our author Nicola Jones in this thoughtful blogpost. So get your cuppa and enjoy the read! Learning to become a teacher is a challenging and daunting task for many but for those with backgrounds in physics and maths, learning to become a physics teacher may be harder than for those from engineering backgrounds. To […]
Internationalisation and Education, is it becoming more of a dream than a reality?
Authors: Mark Breslin @MarkBreslinUoG & Gabriella Rodolico @DrRodolico “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” – St Augustine This famous phrase is reported in a blog posted by Craig Thompson in 2016 where he mentions John Feltham publication of English Enchiridion in 1700. The quote continues “They that never stir from their […]