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Will virtual reality (VR) be the future of school attendance?
School attendance should take place in virtual reality (VR)
The way we learn will change dramatically and VR will be a useful tool to help dyslexic people to learn living an experience and not reading a book
VR is the future and schools should catch up with technological progress
VR addresses problems that schools cause
VR allows students to be more comfortable in the learning process
VR provides another option to people who learn better in it than school, as there is not a one-size-fits-all method to teaching/learning.
VR introduces students to technological capabilities, which can inspire them and help them learn valuable technological skills.
Hybrid learning is better than VR and brick-and-mortar settings.
Resources for VR may not be available to students all the time or divided equally.
VR might not provide the best educational system for students
VR is not as healthy for students as going to school
VR should not be a complete substitute for human interaction.
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