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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.
With the Government expected to further back the use of EdTech in schools, following a £10m investment into EdTech in 2019, we look at how schools could implement the use of virtual reality (VR) and VR headsets in the classroom. We’ve researched several ways in which you could make use of VR or VR headsets […]
The Unsung Heroes When we think of the First World War, the typical soldier’s story we tend to think of are those of the trenches and No Man’s Land. However, this was not the whole picture. In fact, there were over 325,000 soldiers in the ASC (Army Service Corps, later the Royal Army Service Corps […]
Drumroll, please… We’re excited to announce that we’re exhibiting at the Schools and Academies Show Birmingham, taking place on the 13th – 14th November 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham, where we will be exhibiting at stand B23. Why should I attend The Schools and Academies Show? The Schools and Academies Show provides a platform for the education […]
Despite what you may think, virtual reality (VR) is not a new concept. This article will provide an insight into the history of VR, misconceptions, and practical uses in the past, present, and future. So sit down, have a drink, and prepare to be enlightened! Discover how Seymour & Lerhn are utilising VR in the […]
To coincide with the continued growth plan at Oasis Studio, we are delighted to announce that a key team member have been awarded an internal promotion. Humble beginnings Charlie Power, Associate of Oasis Studio / Head Honcho of Seymour & Lerhn discusses her route to becoming a key figure in one of the UK’s most […]
The war against tech waste is on. This year, the amount of e-waste generated globally is expected to reach 50m tonnes. Currently, 45% of UK waste electrical goods are recycled, with 80% of it going overseas. By 2020, at least 85% will have to be recycled, however this could change post-Brexit. Yet here we are, […]
Classic classroom teaching styles aren’t suited to everyone, especially those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Children with autism can experience difficulties communicating, have different sensory needs and often have a need for routine. As part of Autism Awareness Week, we’re highlighting the benefits of introducing technology to the classroom, to assist with learning […]
Edtech is set to receive a boost to funding after a key Conservative minister highlighted its benefits on pupils with special educational needs. Education technology has the potential to give “vulnerable” pupils with special educational needs and disability (SEND) independence, according to children and families minister, Nadhim Zahawi. Speaking at an edtech conference in London last week organised […]
Today marks the day the UK was supposed to sever ties with the EU. However, almost three years after we went to the polls, uncertainty still swirls around how Brexit will affect every market in the UK, including how Brexit will affect the education sector. A major area of concern is education, which is already […]
Gone are the days when YouTube was just for watching cat videos or candid family moments caught on camera (Charlie bit my finger, anyone?) These days, with more than one billion hours of video being watched every day, the content has somewhat grown in calibre. Short, informative videos that are concise and engaging are ripe […]
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