ASK ALUMNI TO WEAR GLASS
DURING PERFORMANCES IN THE ARTS AND OTHER INTENSE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, SO STUDENTS CAN EXPERIENCE THE PERFORMANCE AND PARTICIPATE REMOTELY. WATCH EXAMPLE
GIVE STUDENTS REALTIME INTERACTIVE FIELD
TRIP EXPERIENCES TO DIFFICULT- TO-REACH PLACES LIKE THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER (CERN), OVAL OFFICE, A WAR ZONE, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, MT EVEREST, TIBET, PAPUA, NEW GUINEA, CHEYENNE MT, ANTACTICA, EGYPTIAN PYRAMIDS. WATCH EXAMPLE
PROVIDE A SIMULATED EXPERIENCE TO
STUDENTS OF INTENSE EVENTS SUCH AS IN AN OPERATING ROOM, ON THE ATHLETIC FIELD, OR IN OUTER SPACE. IN THESE CASES, THE WEARER IS THE ONE PARTICIPATING RATHER THAN WATCHING AS SOMEONE ELSE PARTICIPATES.
PROFESSORS CAN USE GLASS TO
RECEIVE QUESTIONS FROM STUDENTS IN THE AUDIENCE WHO ARE RELUCTANT TO SPEAK UP IN CLASS AND TO POLL YOUR STUDENT AUDIENCE TO SEE IF THEY ARE GRASPING DIFFICULT CONCEPTS DURING THE LECTURE. WATCH EXAMPLE