Applying VR (Virtual Reality) which is a modern educational method brings a completely new, more intuitive, and vivid class to students. Besides, VR classes become much more interesting that helps improve the educational environment as well as the learning quality of students.
In addition to the Robotics and Programming subjects that have been deployed by Western Australian School System, the virtual reality program (Virtual Reality) has been officially applied at WASS.
Classroom applied advanced VR technology not only brings simpler, clearer, and more vivid learning materials to students but also turns learning into a process of discovery and interaction that only can find in games.
By using VR, students can go beyond just being passive observers and become active participants in the learning process. They are allowed to observe, evaluate, compare what they learn to find answers to complete their learning projects.
The application of VR in STEAM lessons has brought many new, intuitive, and vivid teaching methods that make learning hours become much more interesting for students. At the same time, observing the actual image, applying what is seen to start designing, building models help students develop their thinking and increase their ability to judge and imagine in the most optimal way.
With a commitment to innovation, WASS is constantly improving teaching methods, diversifying knowledge approaches for students, with the desire to bring the most modern educational environment, preparing them to enter a diverse, multi-dimensional world in the future.