Google Cardboard was April’s featured technology for Technology in Transit. Presenters Austin and Eleanor showed how a Cardboard viewer provides an inexpensive, immersive and fun way to show students the world and allow them to direct their own learning. Google Cardboard has a rapidly growing base of apps that provide interactive experiences with a huge range of video and image environments, from museums, to maps, to outer space! It provides teaching opportunities about history, geography, and physics, and could even make a great art project.
The information sheet from this presentation can be found here.