Learning based on experience and exploration can be intensified through immersion. It can enable people to experience a situation as if they were there, deploying their knowledge and resources to solve a problem or practise a skill. The learning comes from integrating vision, sound, movement, spatial awareness, and even touch. Traditionally, immersion requires learners to act out scenarios or take part in investigations, with actors and props to simulate reality. By using technologies such as virtual reality, 3D screens or handheld devices, learners can experience immersive learning in a classroom, at home, or outdoors. This enables them to explore possibilities that would be difficult, dangerous, or impossible in everyday life. Participation in well-designed immersive learning is likely to be stimulating and memorable.