WEBINAR: Discover Immersive Learning with ClassVR

Immersive learning can bring new engagement with conceptual learning and standards-based instruction. In this webinar we will provide a demo of the ClassVR platform and invite you to explore teaching with Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) using ClassVR headsets and resources.

From students navigating a digital experience inside of the human heart, traveling on a virtual field trip to an erupting volcano, to investigating 3D Models of a DNA structure, AR/VR in the classroom can take many diverse forms to support student learning. This demo will discuss engaging features of ClassVR for any grade level and subject, explore content libraries, and more.

About the Speakers

Bijal Makadia
Senior Learning Leader,

Bijal Makadia is a Senior Learning Leader and Instructional Designer. She earned her Masters in Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She taught grades 1st through 5th over the last decade, but 4th Grade will always be her favorite! Bijal is a passionate curriculum developer and researcher who grew her expertise in Culturally Relevant Education, Project-Based Learning, Social and Emotional Learning, and Restorative Justice. She believes youth deserve meaningful opportunities to learn through play, inquiry, collaboration, and exploration of identity. Bijal enjoys hiking and camping in wild places, reading science fiction, and being a cat mom.

Marcie Hebert
Director of STEM,

Marcie Hebert is the Director of STEM at Eduscape and has taught 4th through 8th grade in Computers, History and Language Arts. In addition, she served as the Technology Director for St. Joan of Arc School in LaPlace, LA. As an Authorized Google Education Trainer and selected member of the Google Innovator Academy. 3D Printing and S.T.E.A.M. education are passions that she also implemented into her curriculum and shares with other schools and teachers. Marcie is a co-founder and co-moderator of Louisiana's monthly teacher Twitter chat, #LAedchat. She is a member of the planning committee for EdCampNOLA and is a GEG (Google Educator Group) Louisiana Leader. Marcie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Southwestern Louisiana.

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