Virtual Reality is slowly beginning to dictate its presence even in the classrooms. NEOMA Business School, France, adopts latest digital classroom technique where spotting a VR Headset is nothing rare among students.
The college leverages an in-house mobile application and head-gears to let students take advantage of the latest technology. VR is considered to be of great help when students have to imagine something out-of-box. The technology would help them be in that practical situation, analyse and understand the concept.
The B-school revealed its strategic planning for 2022 where the effort is to imply practical concepts among the student group. As such, embracing the latest technologies would help develop students toward skill-based training rather than course-based training. This would help improve the soft skills of students as teaching through VR is a real-life scenario.
It has been observed that students have been taking a great interest in classes owing to the improved concentration levels and higher level engagement created by the VR.