The Gen Z and the "Artificial Intelligence" viewpoint

A blog by Sushmita Chatterjee Spring break has started and it has been an interesting week at my home with two 9 and 10 years old trying to spend their time watching T.V, painting and doing other activities. I put a proposal of "Why not design an app?". GenZ children love apps and whether it is gaming, educational or otherwise it always lights up their face. Most children do not perceive PCS and websites as relevant products or services other than in a tablet or a phone. A few years back ...

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Learnroll News, Wednesday, April 4, 2018

2018 STEM Entrepreneurship finalist challenge award

March 29,2018 -We were one of the recipients the 2018 STEM Entrepreneurship challenge award organized by the AWIS (Association of Women in Science) NJ Chapter. The event was attended by Learnroll Immerse team members that showcased different STEM categories awards at Princeton Marriot, Forrestal Village. We hope to continue delivering best experiences in AR and VR for STEM learning in K-12 and higher education.

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Learnroll News, Saturday, March 31, 2018

Democratization of an educational ecosystem

How are the millennials learning? Has there been any change in their learning outcomes? These are some of the challenging questions that any "educator" needs to address. Education & Learning centers (unlike the healthcare system which has a wide variety of specialized centers), comprises of schools/institutions which are still categorized as "private schools”, "public schools" , "charter schools" ,"homeschools" or "afterschool". We do not see a de-centralized learning process which provides ... Read more...
Learnroll News, Tuesday, January 23, 2018

True knowledge is inherently interdisciplinary.

Several years ago, a college newspaper editorial board wrote an editorial suggesting that the college get rid of “useless” humanities departments, such as foreign languages and history, and funnel more resources to “useful” departments. In response, I wrote the following letter, but I never sent it. At Learnroll Immerse, we believe that education is more than grades and skill development. Grades and job skills are certainly part of the equation, but real learning can be about grades, job ...

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Learnroll News, Friday, January 5, 2018

2017 - Retrospective

2017 - A Retrospective. The first few months of any startup business are always difficult, and the start for Learnroll Immerse was no different. The education industry adopts technology slowly, and we are disrupting education by incorporating the latest technology (some of which are still in beta stages). The Initial Research The initial challenge was to invest in a disruptive technology like 3D/VR/AR to enable a different kind of learning that provides perspectives beyond the textbooks. ...

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Learnroll News, Saturday, December 30, 2017

Why choose emerging immersive technology for learning?

Technology is cool but not all cool technologies may be a necessary fit for your use case. As an Enterprise solution architect in my previous job there are some basic solution mandates that architect use for creating a solution for an enterprise. I found that this also helped me making my choice of technology for a problem area. Solution Retrofit The technology landscape is huge and changing. There are new technologies created every day that claim to solve many problems - whether it is ...

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Learnroll News, Sunday, November 19, 2017

Our One-To-One mentoring session

Our classes have started and we are thrilled to have students who have enrolled for one-one mentoring classes where we supplement traditional learning with engaging techniques, where learning science becomes an "experience" with immersive technologies. We study scalars and vectors in Maths and Physics, but do we realize how we use it in our day to day lives? Do you realize that the cool game that you are playing on your mobile is using all these concepts in physics we learn in school? ... Read more...
Learnroll News, Friday, November 10, 2017

Perspectives of education and learning from educators

This is a note from some of my earlier talks or conversations, with educators and I gathered some valuable points on education as educators see it - whether as teachers, administrators or principals. This is an excerpt from some of the conversations with educators who care to bring about a change in way learning is today. -Sushmita Chatterjee The Educators Viewpoint These were some of the areas that the teachers felt that needed to change . Teachers need to be mentors today and play a ... Read more...
Learnroll News, Sunday, October 22, 2017

Science Education challenges

In my recent trip to India , I came across many organizations and institutions that were offering "education" support to the millions of children seeking education or learning; both for-profit and non-profit groups. However the basic question remains, what exactly does this "education" impart? Is it another mechanism to get ahead in a "grade rat race" or initiatives to really build the next generation students who will contribute to science. The thought has been aptly expressed by a ...

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Learnroll News, Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Learn more about our unique learning space

At Learnroll Immerse, we designed our learning space to promote experiential learning. Our students do not sit at desks. At Learnroll Immerse, students spend time in our three modern learning spaces. Our 3D classroom  Our 3D classroom is our primary learning space. In this room, students and teachers spend time together learning on a comfortable couch. Our teachers present lessons using our high end 3D projector and whiteboard. The students use chromebooks to work on group and ...

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Learnroll News, Thursday, June 29, 2017

3D & VR Learning

3D and Virtual Reality are not just games. They can be an essential component of serious learning too. Our current learning process and methods do not take advantage of recent technological advances. Learnroll Immerse takes advantage of new immersive technologies and content to enhance learning for all students.  Technology cannot replace a teacher, but teachers can use better tools.  

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Learnroll News, Monday, May 29, 2017

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