|Duration||05/2020 – 04/2023|
|Researchers||Prof. Dr. Nikol Rummel, Selina Yek|
Virtual reality technologies are increasingly used in history education. However, immersive acces to the applications makes it difficult for users to maintain a distance between themselves and the media representation of the past. In order to enable the process of historical thinking and learning following an encounter with virtual representations of history, students should be taught appropriate reflection skills in classroom scenarios.