Education technology has a public relations problem. In a space where words carry wide currency, our choice of language matters.That’s why I’m troubled by Artificial Intelligence (AI). At a time when educators need assurances that digital innovations will work for them, the fundamental premise of th
I believe that it is impossible to be an "island" as a teacher. We work with people all of the time, and there are so many amazing resources--both people and products--available to help. Teaching is hard, but sharing and collaborating makes it more manageable and more fun. We don't have to recreate the wheel. I believe…
Take a look at the 12-year-olds around you, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find one without a device in front of his or her face. Pokémon Go. Zombies Everywhere. Kids love these hit apps because they use augmented reality to add graphics and sounds to their real-life location, creating an immer
2016 was “Year Zero” for the current wave of consumerization of virtual reality and augmented reality, devices are finally shipping, consumers are buying, and applications are earning. Consider what “Year Zero” was for the PC or the mobile waves of technology adoption, and look at where we are today. 2017 is shaping up to be an early and fantastically productive year for the virtual reality & augmented reality industries.
Best 4 Augmented Reality Reading Apps: Augmented reality paves the way to have such breathtaking experiences creating real world environment and adding oomph to education making it engaging and interesting for kids.
Earlier this year, many media outlets predicted that 2016 would be “the year of virtual reality” (VR). But after 10 years of reports and anticipation, it is clear that our efforts to put VR to work in the service of learning must be led by the business needs, not the technology. Here is a model to help you do that!
(Image Source) The Emerging Use of Virtual Reality in our Classrooms Offers Exciting Possibilities Students often learn about other parts of the world by reading or maybe watching a video. Imagination serves to fill any of the gaps of the
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