Quick Look: Lessons taught in 3D help children learn more, concentrate better

Is it just a gimmick, or do 3D animations help bring science to life in a way that actually affects learning?

Last updated at 9:00 PM on 6th January 2012 Pupils remember more and behave better when 3D images are used in lessons, research suggests. They are quicker to learn and absorb new concepts, and display higher levels of concentration.

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