New Mexico USA Schools Immersed in Learning

FARMINGTON, NM — Feb. 14, 2021

New Mexico schools conduct district-wide Science Fair in Immersive Education Learning Spaces (iED Spaces).

In the midst of a global pandemic, teachers and administrators in Farmington, New Mexico, rallied to give students in their school district an opportunity to participate in the world's first fully immersive Science Fair. Hear and see, first hand, how they did it in an upcoming hands-on "open house tour" of the immersive learning spaces that students in Farmington, New Mexico, created to exhibit their Science Fair projects in a virtual world.

New Mexico School District in iED SpacesNew Mexico teachers and administrators meet in iED Spaces to plan the world's first fully immersive Science Fair

Immersive Education Learning Spaces (iED Spaces) are three-dimensional learning environments that enable students, teachers and learning pods (groups) to meet together in private and secure learner-themed virtual spaces. iED Spaces can be entered using desktop and laptop computers, tablets and mobiles phones, and Virtual Reality headsets. These unique and deeply engaging learning environments are used to remotely teach classes, conduct tutoring sessions, assemble study groups, and facilitate cultural exchanges and related social activities.

iED Spaces are a core component of the Immersive Education for Remote Learners program.

Developed by the Immersive Education Initiative (iED, the world's foremost experts in immersive technology for education since 2005, the Immersive Education for Remote Learners program provides students and teachers with the training and equipment necessary to Connect, Engage, Enable and Encourage (CEEE) remote learners via Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). For more details, please refer to the Immersive Education for Remote Learners program area.

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