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The latest news from the world of education technology, VR and AR.
Seymour & Lerhn is an educational platform providing an accessible alternative to VR headsets for schools and museums. We cut through the complicated stuff to make education technology simple; exactly the way it should be!
Discover the latest news in edtech, VR and AR as we explore new technologies and how these can benefit schools and museums and enhance the way we learn.
Introducing My Classroom and it’s Offline Capabilities
VR (Virtual Reality) helps to create fun and engaging lessons, but does it really have to be so expensive? We don’t think so! While tech is becoming more and more advanced, this is coming with an ever increasing price tag. But you shouldn’t need the best of the best to have a good […]
Beginners Guide to VR in Schools
Everyone’s talking about it. Your friend’s school just got a set of 8 headsets. Everyone is lamenting the end of Google Expeditions. Meanwhile, you’re too embarrassed to admit you just don’t get it. VR. AR. MR. XR?! Why are there so many R’s and what do they mean? More importantly, what do they mean for […]
Multisensory VS VAK (Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic) Learning
Multisensory VS VAK (Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic) learning – which is best?! Most people have probably heard of VAK. Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (tactile) is a widely known theory that individuals have a preferred style of learning. Visual learners were said to learn best by watching; the teacher’s body language, diagrams, videos.They absorb visual information and […]
Looking for an alternative to Google Expeditions?
Looking for an alternative to Google Expeditions? It was recently announced that Google are ending support for their educational VR app, Google Expeditions. The Google Expeditions app, offering educational 360 VR tours, will be removed from app stores on the 30th of June 2021. Google have said they will be porting many of their tours to their Arts & Culture app. Google announced the news in a blog post, and explained that their […]
We’re featured in a documentary!
We’re excited to announce that a Seymour & Lerhn project has recently featured in a documentary about The Great Exhibition of 1851! Hosted by Fran Scott (you may recognise Fran from CBBC programmes such as Absolute Genius, or as the Engineering judge on C4’s Lego Masters), the 30-minute episode features Archivist Angela Kenny from The […]
How could a distracted generation possibly learn anything?
If digital devices are harming children’s ability to focus, how could teachers adapt their teaching methods to give children the skills they need? It’s clear that the students of today have a problem. They’re so used to being on their smartphones and other digital devices that they can’t concentrate in the classroom – and it’s […]
5 online teaching resources to spice up September
Looking for the top online teaching resources? Are you an NQT searching for a way to put your stamp on the way education is delivered? Do you wish to incorporate educational technology into your lessons? Then you’re in the right place. We understand that teaching doesn’t stop at the school gates. Hours of preparation, planning […]
Introducing… The MGHC Expo!
S&L Heritage are excited to announce the launch of our very own virtual exhibition (alongside our sister brand, the360expo.com) the MGHC Expo. What is it? Due to social distancing measures, exhibitions have been cancelled across the globe. This has meant suppliers have found it challenging to talk to key decision-makers involved in Museums, Galleries and […]
Take a 360 virtual tour around Hyde Park’s Crystal Palace of 1851 – from your sofa!
For the first time in 169 years, visitors can take a 360 tour around the Crystal Palace, the venue of the formidable 1851 Great Exhibition held in Hyde Park – but this time without leaving your home. Seymour & Lerhn have joined forces with The Royal Parks, the charity which manages London’s eight Royal Parks, […]
Introducing: The Rainbow Gallery
Discover The Rainbow Gallery, an online community art project where both children and adults can submit pictures of their artwork to be showcased in a virtual art gallery. With normal activities on hold, we decided to think creatively and host a virtual art exhibition. Delivered online in an immersive 360-degree environment, visitors can view and […]
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