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Practical application of Augmented Reality to Teaching Science in K-12
01/06/23, 5–6PM AEST
Augmented reality (AR) gained tremendous popularity at K-12 as a great teaching tool to help students engage in an explorative and creative learning environment. Today, the application of AR in Education is extended to creating unique collaborative experiences for students in the multi-player interactions with curriculum-aligned 3D content.
During this interactive 45 min workshop you can have a hands-on experience with the use of Augmented Reality in Science lessons as an Educational Resource.
What will be covered:
- Learning by exploring: discover and interact with pre-designed content and create your own
- Learning by doing: see how to initiate collaborative experiences for students
- Learning by playing: learn how to create and assign interactive quizzes to check students' knowledge
Date: June 1st 2023
Time: 5PM–6PM AEST
Format: Online via ZOOM
The Augmented Classroom is a solution for teaching and learning STEM subjects in schools with Augmented Reality. The Augmented Classroom can be used individually and in groups with content based on global curriculum guidelines. With content covering geography, social sciences, geometry, maths, engineering and space, the Augmented Classroom makes your classes more interactive, increases student participation and engagement, student collaboration and assists in creating personalised learning environment to cater to different learning styles.
About the Presenter
Dr. Inna Armstrong is a senior executive professional with multinational experience, professional speaker and Co-Founder of CleverBooks. Inna's current focus is on influencing the change in the education system through a strategic application of most innovative EdTech, thus helping educators to embrace 21st-century teaching.
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