Birla Edutech, one of the leading Preschools and K12 chains of schools in India, has introduced a revolutionary 3D virtual classroom in its Gopi Birla Memorial School in Mumbai.
Technology is gradually capturing a significant proportion of the education industry. Today, conventional teaching methods are easily getting replaced with technologically advanced educational tools and equipments to raise the bar for quality education.
Keeping up with the trend, Birla Edutech, one of the leading Preschools and K12 chains of schools in India, has introduced a revolutionary 3D virtual classroom in its Gopi Birla Memorial School in Mumbai.
It is a 3D stereoscopic academic video program, especially designed to reduce complexity of learning subjects such as Mathematics and Science for students from Kindergarten to grade 12.
The educational videos cover over 2,000 topics of Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects. It also provides a virtual laboratory for students to perform practical experiments in the safety of the classroom.
The e-library is a technology backed library which contains over 1,000 rich collection of e-books covering popular classics, animated value based stories, audio visual books, encyclopedias, e-magazines, e-newspapers, curriculum based topics and much more.
It is in the form of audiovisuals and multimedia stored in digital format which can be easily accessed through computers.
Nirvaan Birla, Head – Business Development said, "The trend of educational technology and its usage is catching up rapidly amongst the younger generation. In order to uplift the stature of education, there is a dire need of replacing conventional teaching methods with modern pedagogy.
With 3D enabled interactive classrooms, students will be benefited with thorough understanding of complex topics in a fun-filled manner. This innovative learning module will also equip teachers with the high quality learning content, which will increase the educational effectiveness resulting into better learning experience for the students."