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Due to the immersiveness and interactivity that virtual reality offers, it can lead to increased learning outcomes when compared to instructor led teaching.

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The regularity of undergoing pedagogical training exerts the strongest influence on educators’ interest in learning about VR technology, underscoring the importance of consistent training opportunities.

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A systematic literature review of personalization strategies utilized in Immersive Virtual Reality (IVR) for educational objectives in the classroom.

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"Virtual Reality (VR) and its Opportunities and Risks" by the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University. 

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"Past and Future Presence: Approaches for Implementing XR Technology in Humanities and Art Education" by Stanford University. 

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"Misinformation in Virtual Reality," by Stanford University. 

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Virtual Reality can improve students' practical skills, hand skills, theoretical knowledge, self-confidence, and learning environment in dental education. 

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"Virtual Reality in Education: Benefits, Applications and Challenges," published by the

Wiley Online Library.  

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"The greatest strength of VR is that it opens up opportunities for people to practice [tasks that are hard to practice due to limited resources or inherent risks and dangers] in a safe capacity while also being immersed enough for it to feel realistic and be transferable to the real world" National Library of Medicine 2022. 

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Harvard Business Review: What Leaders Need to Know About Spatial Computing

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Over 90% of students in an introductory physics course said VR helped them learn and understand 3-D vectors, visualize mathematical problems involving vectors, and understand the location and meaning of angles between vectors. They also said time dedicated to VR sessions were valuable for learning.

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ASU Sees Biology Grades and Student Ratings Improve with Virtual Reality 

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Meta, The Metaverse and Experiential Education by Marti Snyder, Ph.D.,

Nova Southeastern University

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Is Teaching in the Metaverse That Far Off? Lessons Learned from a Higher Education Case - The Qualitative Report 2023

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Students learning with a VR-based approach were more creative and had higher cognitive engagement than students learning with a pencil-and-paper or hands-on approach shows The Journal of Interactive Learning Environments.

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Virtual Reality (VR) can cause students to become more interested in course material, leading to higher levels of engagement and better performance on long-term assessments of learning says the Educational Psychology Review.

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A National Training Laboratory study found while lectures and reading produce only 5% to 10% learning retention rates, a virtual reality experience can result in 75% retention — second only to learning by teaching someone else says Edtech expert Elliott Masie, founder of the MASIE Center.

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Students who learned using virtual reality were able to retain nearly 80% of what they learned when tested after one year, whereas students who learned using traditional methods retained only 20% a week after being tested says Miami Children’s Health System.

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VR learners were 4X faster to train, 275% more confident in applying skills learned after training, and 3.75X more emotionally connected to content than traditional classroom learners says PwC.

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The Cognitive Affective Model of Immersive Learning (CAMIL): a Theoretical Research-Based Model of Learning in Immersive Virtual Reality by Education Psychology Review. 

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"Lessons for/in Virtual Classrooms: designing a model for classrooms inside Virtual Reality" by the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University. 

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Boeing's use of Augmented Reality for technicians has increased productivity by 40% says the Capgemini Research Institute.

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"The Future of Extended Reality" by KPMG.

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VR learners were 150% less distracted and 40% more confident in applying what they were taught compared to their counterparts in traditional classrooms says PwC.

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Stanford University: Do Students Learn Better with Immersive Virtual Reality Videos than Conventional Videos? A Comparison of Media Effects with Middle School Girls.

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VR can be used to promote empathy through perspective taking says the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University.

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"The virtual field trip: Investigating how to optimize virtual learning in Education" by the Britsh Journal of Educational Technology.

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VR Instruction and the Impact on Student Learning

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Study Shows VR Was More Effective Than Traditional Nursing Education

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83% of VR-trained surgical residents could successfully perform a new procedure, whereas 0% of the traditionally trained residents could do the same, says the Imperial College of London.

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Yale University School of Medicine's VR-trained surgeons were 29% faster and made 6x fewer errors than their counterparts taught with traditional methods, says the 

National Library of Medicine.

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