Kendall Hunt RPD has partnered with Victory VR to offer a state-of-the-art virtual reality science curriculum that opens the world of learning to endless possibilities. With content correlated to the By Design Science program and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), students can have a 360° interactive experience that allows them to engage with the material in ways never before possible. Students explore locations that enhance their learning while reinforcing grade-appropriate science standards in meaningful and memorable ways.
Victory VR units transport students to places such as deserts, forests, beaches, even outer space! Students can take virtual field trips to places such as the timbers of the Redwood Forest in California; Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico; and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, as well as an interactive tour of a human cell that will deepen their understanding of science.
The Sun & Solar System module guides students through the inside of the Astrophysical Research Consortium 3.5M telescope, where the public is never allowed to go. Here students learn about how the telescope and lens function while watching the apparatus prepare for use. Students also get to experience traveling the solar system, viewing the planets, sun, and moon at their own pace.
Our STEM infusion also allows teachers and parents to determine students’ strengths and interests in specific areas, which assists students in long-term decision making related to coursework and future career opportunities.
The Oculus Go Full VR Curriculum include:
Middle school and high school content features 48 individual VR units that include 240 unique experiences: