The Guide to Experiential Learning
An orientation on how and why educators use Inspirit to transform learning.
Inspirit is a virtual experiential learning platform that provides students with immersive simulations, 3D models, and more. Experiential learning is a process in which students "learn by doing," and stimulates academic inquiry through reflection, engagement, and analysis. Through our virtual reality and 3D technology, students can learn about complex STEM concepts, gain practical skills and techniques for future careers, and directly correlate this knowledge to a “real world” setting without ever leaving the classroom.
Experiential learning is a teaching philosophy that emphasizes hands-on experiences and active participation. Through virtual labs and collections of 3D models, students are placed into scenarios that require active engagement, deliberate experimentation, and application of their knowledge to solve real-world problems and learn from natural consequences. Built at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, Inspirit draws on learning science theory to:
Why educators use Inspirit
Inspirit is a powerful tool for educators looking to engage and deepen learning experiences for their students.
How to use Inspirit in the classroom
Inspirit is a highly engaging platform that empowers educators to meet their teaching goals in a variety of ways.
Technical requirements for Inspirit
Educators use Inspirit’s virtual labs and models on computers, in VR headsets, and even on tablets and smartphones. All you’ll need is:
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