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Virtual Reality Education

The next step in learning.

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To take a virtual lesson, use your mobile phone to view the video. First choose from the many lessons in the virtual reality classroom. Once you find the lesson you want to study, play the video, enter full-screen mode and press the 'eye' icon. Then, put your mobile phone in your VR goggles and start learning. Don't forget to read the supplementary materials and do the excercises after you are finished.

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IF you do not have VR goggles yet, no problem. You can also watch the VR lessons on your computer or tablet as a 360 video. Simply find the lesson you wish to learn from the virtual reality classroom, play the video, enter full-screen and use your mouse to move around the video just like you would if you were viewing it through goggles. After you are finished, find the supplementary materials below the video.

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The VR lessons are engaging and immersive which is why they have the potential to help students more than a standard, flat video. But, students should further activate what they have learned with supplementary materials. For students, lesson descriptions, articles, links, and any other useful material to reinforce the VR lesson can be found below each video. For teachers, lesson plans and activity ideas are also included.


Science / Humanities / Languages

Many new subjects and lessons in production now. To support and help make this great resource free, please press the donate button at the bottom of the page.


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JHVREDU - JH Virtual Reality Education International.

Suggestions on how to make our services better are always welcome.


We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.


JHVREDU is an educational website that is free for everybody. If you feel the resources on this website have given you or your students a useful way to learn, please donate any amount you think is equal to the value you have received. Money will be used to pay developers to produce more VR material and educational specialists to write lessons. If you are a programmer and would like to donate your VR lesson, we will give you credit and put a link to your website. Our aim is to continually add new and improved content as VR technology advances. All VR lessons and 360 videos on this site have either been created by JHVREDU or they are being used with the written consent of the producer. If you know somebody who could benefit from this website, please share this page with them. Your support is greatly appreciated. ~ Jed Holtzman.