DLP 3D Research Results Summary – Professor Anne Bamford

Recent research has established 3D classroom interaction as a viable learning tool. Between October 2010 and May 2011, Professor Anne Bamford led a team of researchers across seven countries to compare the impact of 2D and 3D learning on pupils. The project, “Learning in Future Education (LiFE)” compared 2D and 3D classroom presentations and gathered results on students’ understanding, interaction, engagement, retention and reinterpretation of information. Observational data was also gathered on communication, attention and classroom behaviour.


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