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CAN FAILING MAKE LEARNING MORE EFFECTIVE? THE APPLICABILITY OF PRODUCTIVE FAILURE ON LEARNING

Productive failure posits that when challenged to generate solutions in unknown territory a student has to rely on effectively using what little prior knowledge they may have.  In the process they critique, refine and cement established concepts, identify gaps in their knowledge, recognize the applicability of the information, and obtain more value from instructions that may follow.

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THE ROLE OF DELIBERATE PRACTICE IN SKILL ACQUISITION AND EXPERTISE

In contrast to the “mindless” repetition of a certain task or attributing expertise to innate talent, deliberate practice is considered to be more effective in part because it is more cerebral – requiring reflection, introspection, and purposeful action. 


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VIRTUAL REALITY BASED CONFERENCING COULD BE THE ANSWER TO ZOOM FATIGUE

The high sense of immersion in Virtual Reality facilitates engagement and focus, while also reducing the sense of isolation. 


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VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING PROVEN TO IMPROVE SURGICAL PROFICIENCY COMPARED TO TRADITIONAL TEACHING METHODS

Recent study demonstrates that medical students who trained in a VR environment showed significantly greater procedural accuracy and higher procedure completion rates compared to students who trained using a technique guide alone.

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CAN VIRTUAL REALITY EFFECTIVELY MITIGATE UNCONSCIOUS BIAS?

Traditional equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives can activate rather than stamp out bias, immersive virtual environments may be the solution for organizational transformation. 


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