Our E-learning process employs Virtual Reality (VR), a technology which enables our youth to “learn by doing” and promotes a child's sensory recall, memory and critical thinking.
Benefits of VR
VR has a positive effect on students’ knowledge, attitudes, self-efficacy and behavioral intentions.
VR allows researchers to immerse students into environments of alcohol/drug consumption and risk-taking, without the physical dangers that these behaviors may lead to in real life.
VR can simulate a ‘learning by doing’ approach, for sensitive topics and illegal behaviors, which could otherwise not be brought into classrooms.
VR offers the potential to build learning experiences that transcend conventional information delivery methods.