Join Webinar on Virtual Reality Simulations for Ed Prep
Face-to-face clinical field experience cancelled? Find out how teacher candidates can safely practice instructional strategies through virtual reality (VR) classrooms.
Join the AACTE and Mursion co-sponsored webinar, “Feasibility & Utility of Mixed Reality Simulations in Higher Education,” presented by guest speakers from AACTE and Kennesaw State University tomorrow, Tuesday, June 30 at 1:00 p.m. ET. The presenters will share their wealth of experience using mixed reality solutions and will engage in critical dialogue on the feasibility and utility of mixed reality simulations in higher education. You will discover how virtual simulations help teacher candidates develop high-leverage practices before entering real-world clinical experiences.
Jacqueline Rodriguez, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President, Programs and Professional Learning, AACTE
Kate Zimmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Special Education in the Bagwell College of Education and the Director of the AVATAR Lab, Kennesaw State University
Melissa K. Driver, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Special Education in the Department of Inclusive Education, Kennesaw State University
Come prepared to engage in a lively discussion and be ready to test drive a classroom scenario. You will see the VR simulation platform in action live, in real-time! Register now for the June 30 webinar. Then tune in every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. ET to the Mursion webinars where educators from across the country and around the world gather to learn from peers about how to integrate VR simulations into teacher preparation programs.
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