Inspirit in the media
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The future of STEM education is set to be transformed by immersive learning experiences. Thanks to augmented reality (AR), learners can now “augment” their space to create interactive environments that engage their senses and enhance comprehension. We’ve teamed up with Snap to bring their AR technology to classrooms— pairing our Innovative Learning Hub with the first Snap AR Lenses made for education.
The way STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is taught in US schools is fundamentally flawed, says the team behind the Atlanta-based startup Inspirit. The big problem? Real-world applications aren’t front and center. “Today most STEM learning content is passive and non-interactive with a teacher using a PowerPoint or whiteboard (whether digital or analog) and lecturing…