I am passionate about Virtual Reality and its possibilities for higher education. I am a trained economist, but economists would call me an historian, historians would call me a philospher and philosphers would call me an economist. I guess they are all right. Eventually, I joined a business school.
VR offers me a new experimental lab to explore and exploit what has often been referred to as "a black box", something we cannot explain but perhaps with VR we can.
I am fascinated by the pioneering climate that still surrounds VR in business and management, but fear this will soon change!
I received all of my own education in a traditional way: in classrooms listening and reproducing. Although there was much ado about 'critical thinking', not each and every professor supported creativity in the classroom. As an educator myself, I have always tried to find new approaches that would align with the learning experiences of my students.
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