Steve Bambury

Guest Articles

I am fortunate to be connected with some of the leading minds in AR and VR Education across the globe. This new section of VirtualiTeach will house guest articles from some of these people. Massive thanks to them all for giving up their time to share their expertise. 

November 28, 2018

Just over a year and a half ago I set up this website with two specific goals - 

1. To share ideas and examples of best practice in the use of AR and VR in education

2. To connect with like-minded...

June 2, 2018

 Guest post by Caitlin Krause

Modern approaches to learning have recently been dominated by the idea of presence — a concept that goes much deeper than attendance in a classroom. In working with m...

May 13, 2018

Guest post by Steven Sato

"The Fundamental Attribution Error, as coined by Stanford Psychologists, describes how we blame others when bad things happen to them, but blame the external situations w...

May 9, 2018

Guest post by Chris Long.

“Hey Steve…   I’ve got an idea.”

Most people know to shut their ears and run for the hills when I say I have an idea.  When I approached Steve Bambury and suggested I...

May 4, 2018

Guest post by Ronan McNicholl

Google Earth VR demonstrates the immersive and experiential power of virtual reality in education.

How can this be used in the classroom?

Naturally, Google Earth VR is...

February 13, 2018

Guest post by Alex Johnson

There is a line in Steve’s article about Tilt Brush from last year that echoes my own initial impressions of Google's VR painting application -  “While I enjoyed the pro...

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