Welcome! If you want your middle and high school students to create their own virtual reality then you have come to the right place. The units are at about a mid range level of difficulty but I have had beginner users create virtual reality with the support of an advanced peer. These lessons below were successfully implemented in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classrooms during the 2016-2017 school year.

National CUE Presentation: Virtual Reality-from consumer to producer

  1. The conference and professional development SAMR handout on virtual reality (VR). Feel free to download and share.
  2. Conference Presentation
  3.  Student-Made Virtual Reality Museum.
  4. VR Modules in ELA, Math, and History
  5. A 6th grade student-created tutorial using a free workflow.
  6. Student Work
  7. Funding, Grants, and Conferences
  8. Research, Articles, etc.
  9. Thank you to all who participated!

1. VR SAMR Handout

Universal Access

2. Conference Presentation

3. Curran Virtual Reality Museum

The following site is our student-made virtual reality museum. This was our first attempt to rollout the technology across our school site by facilitating the instruction through our after school program. In this setting students received lessons twice a week and within one month were able to create our first virtual museum using Google Sites and


4. 6th Grade Cross-Curriculum Units on VR Design and Publishing

5. 6th Grade Student Tutorial on 3DTin and

Watch Tutorial by a 6th Grade Student

6. The following scenes were created by middle school students.

7. Grants, Funding, and Conference Templates

Want the money for your class? Want to present and share the work of your district?  The folder below has templates for you to use towards your own goals.


8. Virtual Reality and PBL Research and Articles

The articles below get into the practical application of VR in schools, articles on the history of VR, and current industry trends.


9. Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in the conference workshop “Creating for Google Cardboard.”  All of the conference presentation materials are embedded within this post. You can also view more resources and a copy of the presentation in the folders attached to the bottom of this page. For any tech support questions or to collaborate between our classes please feel free to contact me at