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TeachLivE - 3 views

    TeachLive of the University of Central Florida is a virtual platform that the teachers can test out their classroom management skills before going up on the "big stage". What it basically does is to place a teacher-in-training in a virtual classroom populated by computer-generated students. A Skype conference call and a Microsoft Kinect motion sensor power the high-tech pantomiming behind the platform. It's currently being used at more than 80 campuses across the U.S. to train some of the next generation of educators, and it appears to be working.
    Very interesting. I was thinking for a similar program for training clinical psychologists. Looks like it'll be a thing in the coming years.
    This is a very useful platform, I think. Pre-service teachers are facing some problems at classroom management. I always think it is absurd to give classroom management lesson at theoretical and that is the best way to teach teacher candidated.

3 Ways Med Students Can Use Virtual Reality - 3 views

    Next week, we will look at situated learning. I have always considered VR/simulation as a nice channel to implement that. Here are some highlights from the article of Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency medicine physician in New York City.
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