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Google's 'superpower' for teachers: AR and VR - CNET


Let's all give Google a pat on the back. With a project to bring AR to classrooms, the tech giant has found a way to make selfie sticks cool.

But even more than that, Google Expeditions -- an educational initiative that's so far touched over 2 million students in two years -- wants to make learning cool.

Google is just one tech company putting cutting-edge technology in schools. And what makes AR and VR different from seeding static devices like Chromebooks and tablets at desks and special labs, is that AR and VR can help create ever-changing experiences that push kids into new spaces.

AR on a phone and VR on the Daydream headset regularly help classroom lessons hit home, Google said, as kids soar through the solar system, watch pollution kill off coral reefs and dive into the human body to see how cell structures work.

"Kids can get that 'aha' moment and see objects from all angles," said Ben Schrom, a product manager with Google Expeditions.

With AR especially, teachers...(continued)

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