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Virtual Reality Assessment Tools Assessment instruments for the Virtual Reality lessons.
Virtual Reality Lesson 1 Lesson one in which students are introduced to Virtual Reality as a concept and a practical reality.
Virtual Reality Lesson 2 Lesson two in which students are introduced to considering the global implications of Virtual Reality and developing a critical approach to considering what it means in social and practical terms.
Virtual Reality Lesson 3 Lesson three in which students undertake a group project of depth research on chosen topic within the genre of VR and society.
Virtual Reality Power Point Slide Show A slide show to enhance understanding of the application of VR in industry and education.
Virtual Reality Commercial Links Commercial users and producers of VR.
Virtual Reality Organisation Links Organisations promoting or networking with VR.
Virtual Reality Other Links Miscellaneous links for VR.
Virtual Reality Persons Links Who...when...why? What are you waiting for?
Virtual Reality Proforma Proforma to facilitate the lessons (1 - 3) on Virtual Reality.
Virtual Reality Project Links Virtual Projects that really happened.
Virtual Reality Rationale Rationale and objectives for Virtual Reality Lessons 1 - 3.
Virtual Reality Research Links A - J Who is researching?... arranged alphabetically.
Virtual Reality Research Links K - R Who is researching?... arranged alphabetically.
Virtual Reality Research Links S - Z Who is researching?... arranged alphabetically.
Virtual Trips Students will have a location in Australia described to them, based on a geographically significant, but without being told precisely where it is. Working in groups, students discover the location of this feature and plan an itinerary for a journey to the selected location by utilising Internet resources, and emailing when required
Virtual Field Trip Web Links Trippy Links...
Virtual Postcards A lesson plan in which Students have a location described to them, based on a geographically significant, (so this means reasonably 'locate-able' ) feature, but without being told precisely where it is. Working in groups, students discover the location of this feature and plan an itinerary for a journey to the selected location. 

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