Living through the COVID-19 pandemic has given many families a front-row seat to virtual classroom innovations. It hasn’t been easy, with kids learning how to navigate virtual classroom meetings. The good news is, NSF-funded engineers, social scientists, and computer scientists are constantly working to improve both education, and our virtual ways of communication. In the future our children will benefit from more immersive education that allows them to interact with each other, AND places they’d never be able to visit. Here’s looking forward to a virtual school reality where kids get to feed fish to penguins in Antarctica ;-).
This was created as part of a larger illustration, looking at what the future of work might look like. This is the full illustration envisioning the future of work, and other illustrations in the series include the future of farming, and the future of self-driving cars traffic control.
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