Five Ethical Considerations For Using Virtual Reality with Children and Adolescents | MindShift | KQED News
As virtual reality headsets become more mainstream, researchers initiated “A Code of Ethical Conduct” because little is known about long term VR use, especially in children.
I was thinking about using VR in one my afterschool and trying to create some lessons with VR. This is really a good article and how you have to precede with caution when using this. Similar to 3D when it was being developed, there were no guidelines. Now different safety guidelines are being developed. VR still has to develop but it does need to be used with caution in the classroom if you are using it.