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Virtual Reality in Education is an Evolutionary Response

“The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.”- Carl Rogers

As one of the most influential psychologists of the second half of the 20th century, Rogers was well aware of the correlation between change and personal growth. To enhance quality of life, man has been creating inventions since the beginning of time. What started off with fire and the wheel has proceeded into creating an entire new world coded in computer software programs called virtual reality (VR).

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Helping students fulfil their potential by rising expectations

Almost five decades have passed since Pygmalion in The Classroom was published by R. Rosenthal and L. Jacobson. The now infamous research on how teachers’ expectations can influence student performance triggered reform in teaching methods and education systems around the world. We’ve prepared a list of essential guidelines showing how you can raise students’ expectations in order to help them fulfil their true potential.

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The problem with perfectionism: five tips to help your students

We cherish the fact that a person can shape his own path by strong will and dedication. The circle of excellence is commonly known and has been accepted by students, parents and teachers alike. Often, building a successful career starts with choosing the right university and being admitted to the institution of your choice means obtaining above average grades. In some cases, the path might start as early as pre-school.

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