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In recent years, the integration of Virtual Reality (VR) into educational environments has marked a significant shift in pedagogical approaches, particularly in the realms of science and technology education. This study delves into the transformative potential of VR in enhancing interactive learning experiences. Our primary objective is to assess the impact of VR on student engagement, comprehension, and retention of complex scientific and technological concepts. Employing a qualitative research methodology, the study involved a diverse group of educators and students from various educational institutions. We conducted in-depth interviews, classroom observations, and thematic analysis of the data gathered from these interactions. The findings reveal that VR significantly enriches the learning experience by providing immersive, interactive environments that facilitate a deeper understanding of abstract concepts. This immersive technology enables students to visualize and manipulate scientific models and technological systems in ways that traditional teaching methods cannot. The results underscore the importance of VR as a tool for educators, offering a new paradigm in science and technology education that fosters a more engaging, interactive, and effective learning experience. The study concludes by highlighting the need for further research into the long-term effects of VR in educational settings and its potential to revolutionize traditional teaching methodologies.


Virtual Reality Technology Education Interactive Learning

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