VR learners are more confident in applying what they’re taught
When learning soft skills, confidence is a key driver of success. In difficult circumstances, such as having to give negative feedback to an employee, people generally wish they could practice handling the situation in a safe environment. With VR, they can.
Employees are more emotionally connected to VR content
People connect, understand, and remember things more deeply when their emotions are involved. Simulation-based learning in VR gives individuals the opportunity to feel as if they’ve had a meaningful experience.
VR learners are more focused
Today’s learners are often impatient, distracted, and overwhelmed. Many learners will not watch a video for its duration, and smartphones are a leading cause of interruption and distraction.
With VR learning, users are significantly less distracted. In a VR headset, simulations and immersive experiences command the individual’s vision and attention. There are no interruptions and no options to multitask.
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