Davos 2022

Experiential learning and VR will reshape the future of education

Experiential learning can be delivered by VR. Image: Shutterstock

Ali Bin Harmal Aldhaheri

CEO & Founder, Abu Dhabi University

Dr. Mohamad Ali Hamade

Chief Executive Officer, Amanat Holdings

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VR is a leading example and arguably a game-changer for the next generation of students, graduates and vocational learners and enables experiential learning.
VR is a leading example and arguably a game-changer for the next generation of students, graduates and vocational learners and enables experiential learning. Image: Steve Bambury

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