If you want your students to see the world and lead their own inquiry-based learning experience, this NO PREP resource is for you! With virtual reality, you can take your students all over the world instead of just telling them about it.
This resource is ideal for science lessons (watch a volcano erupt) and social studies lessons (visit Ellis Island circa 1900).
If you have Google Cardboard VR headsets (or other compatible VR headsets), this resource will make implementing them a breeze.
You do NOT need VR headsets to take a VR trip! You can also take VR trips with smartphones, iPads, laptops, desktops, or your classroom projector.
You do NOT need expensive tech, a degree in computers, or “big kids” to make virtual reality work in your classroom. Pair this resource with any 360 video from YouTube or a virtual reality field trip online for an engaging, no prep lesson!