One of the keys is to make the students more motivated and involved. Two of the simplest ways to do this are to break down abstract and complex concepts to make them understandable and to start teaching in 'brain friendly' ways.
The human brain learns and remembers what we see much more readily than what we read or hear. According to Dr. John Medina, the brain remembers 6-7 times more information if we simply include visuals. And the more color and motion you add, the better the visualizations work for education. (Medina, 2008). Dr. Anne Bamford’s research also supports this, and she concludes that visual learning and 3D has a significant positive effect on motivation and learning, as well as the understanding of complex and abstract ideas. In fact, learning can increase with as much as 60% (Bamford, 2011).
The 3D classroom contains subject modules for biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, geography and engineering and is used at all levels of education. From mid-May, The 3D Classroom will also be available as a Windows 10 app. Pricing starts at £249 for a one user, 12 month license and you can find more information and contact details here on the Portal.