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Ways Metaverse can reshape learning and teaching in the future
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Ways Metaverse can reshape learning and teaching in the future

Home Uncategorized Ways Metaverse can reshape learning and teaching in the future

What does the future of teaching look like? To answer this question, let’s first ask another one: What is teaching? It’s the sharing of knowledge. At first, we had one powerful tool to do this – language, which allowed us to develop new tools including the written word, books, photography, film, sound recording, and computers. Then, the Internet revolutionizes knowledge sharing all over again. Now, there’s the Metaverse, the place where you can start learning more effectively and faster, but still can pay Rapidessay for a research paper to free up more time for yourself. From today’s post, you’ll learn more about this amazing new learning environment.

The Metaverse and Its Role in Education

Think of it as the Internet but in 3D, a virtual reality in which apps and websites become places, objects, and people, and the classroom becomes truly digital and decentralized. In this new classroom, students can play around and experiment freely through simulated learning experiences. Imagine playing around with clouds, rain, and the sun to learn about a sunflower’s life cycle. But the future holds something even greater. And this something is augmented reality. Soon, we’ll see our surroundings with a whole layer of digital information on top of it through phones or glasses, a world in which you could learn anything directly from that world itself. We’ll have to rethink the class as we know it. Learning will happen everywhere at any time. Whatever catches your interest, the information will be right there readily available for further processing, analysis, and assimilation. This means that that pretty sunflower will be able to learn more about itself and will share this important information with learners. And this will be made possible thanks to the teachers of the future.

Teachers of the Future

The enigmatic teacher of the future that will learn the Metaverse and deploy its teaching potential to the fullest is artificial intelligence, or simply AI. AI means digital assistance on our phones or at home. AI-powered solutions are already pretty useful but they’re just at their nascent stage, and there is much more to come. If paired with the Metaverse, AI will be everywhere and start to look and sound real. Everything will have artificial intelligence users can easily interact with and, most importantly, learn from it in a very productive and efficient way. AIs will be programmed by expert teachers and scientists so that everything can then teach students about itself. The sunflower, the bees pollinating it, the tree, the anthill, etc. Even learners themselves will have digital twins inhabiting the Metaverse and helping their counterparts navigate it freely. It will know what you’ve learned there and be able to teach you everything else you want to know. It will design and customize curriculum lessons to meet your individual needs and preferences based on what you want your future self to be and dynamically adapt it as needed.

For teachers, this personal AI will also serve as an assistant. It will teach lessons and instantly answer students’ questions while teachers are free to come up with new ideas in their own field or be off in the Metaverse learning from other expert digital twins themselves.

Humans are and always have been lifelong learners. In the future, our collective knowledge of the world will be everywhere and in everything thanks to the Metaverse. This is the word all AI will live in, including our digital twins and teachers.  And the time when we all will be learning and teaching in the ubiquitous Metaverse is not long in coming!


Photo by Maxime Doré on Unsplash

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