Lessons taught in 3D help children learn more and behave better as it increases levels of concentration | Mail Online

Lessons taught in 3D help children learn more and behave better as it increases levels of concentration | Mail Online

Pupils remember more and behave better when 3D images are used in lessons, research suggests.

They are quicker to learn and absorb new concepts, and display higher levels of concentration.



An added dimension: researchers found that students were able to focus more and retained more information during classes taught in 3D (Posed by model)

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