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Bett 2013

  1. 1. febrero 01, 2013
  2. 2. febrero 01, 2013 ThanksBETT 2013 OrganizationSMART TechnologiesCSEU La Salle UniversitySMART Exemplaries Educators from all the World
  3. 3. febrero 01, 2013 Sergio G. Cabezas @sergiotic Blogger (www.ticyeducacion.com) Lecturer in CSEU La Salle SMART Exemplary EducatorTECHY PhD student in UAM IT TrainerTEACHER
  4. 4. febrero 01, 2013What my friends think I do
  5. 5. febrero 01, 2013What my mom thinks I do
  6. 6. febrero 01, 2013What my colleagues think I do
  7. 7. febrero 01, 2013What society thinks I do
  8. 8. febrero 01, 2013What I think I do
  9. 9. febrero 01, 2013What I am asked to do
  10. 10. febrero 01, 2013What I really do
  11. 11. febrero 01, 2013Lets begin...
  12. 12. febrero 01, 2013 Objectives• Clarify concepts derived from the Augmented Reality• Introduce the concept of increased learning environments• Make known some possible research results• Asking for help to complete research
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  14. 14. febrero 01, 2013 ... Anywhere between the extremes of the virtuality continuum Milgram, P & y Kishino, F, 1994 MIXED REALITYReal World Virtual World Augmented reality Virtual reality
  15. 15. febrero 01, 2013 Augmented Reality (AR)Technique that allows the interaction of reality with virtual graphics Jaramillo, 2010
  16. 16. febrero 01, 2013 Real scene view by a user +information processed by a computer = Augmented reality
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  18. 18. febrero 01, 2013 Virtual Augmented reality: reality: the user is the real worldimmersed in a with computer information generated generated by world a computer
  19. 19. febrero 01, 2013 Augmented reality + 3D Models +Interactive Board, document camera..
  20. 20. febrero 01, 2013 3D ModelsUnder experimental conditions,86% of pupils improved the resultof their test in the 3D classes,compared to only 52% whoimproved in the 2D classes. 3D Classroom Research, Texas Instruments
  21. 21. febrero 01, 2013This is 3D
  22. 22. febrero 01, 2013This is 3D
  23. 23. febrero 01, 2013This is 3D
  24. 24. febrero 01, 2013This is 3D
  25. 25. febrero 01, 2013 Advantages• More possibilities• Greater motivation• Differents points of view in the explanation
  26. 26. febrero 01, 2013 Disadvantages• Is a new and underdeveloped technology• With few exceptions is not easy to handle• It is expensive
  27. 27. febrero 01, 2013 SMARTDocumentCamera
  28. 28. febrero 01, 2013Integrated withSMART Notebook(TM)
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  38. 38. febrero 01, 2013 3D Models• SMART Exchange• Google 3D Warehouse
  39. 39. febrero 01, 2013The Research
  40. 40. febrero 01, 2013 ObjectivesStudy the possible relationship between use of theAR, the document camera and the SMART Board inclassroom.Learn about first impressions and motivation ofteachers in the joint use of these technologies.Assess the shift of the teaching model of teachersthat use AR and 3D
  41. 41. febrero 01, 2013 MethodologyPositivist modelQuantitative methodology3 groups of study- Experts- Traditional teachers- Future teachers (digital natives)
  42. 42. febrero 01, 2013 Part ARate from 1 to 5 previous knowledge and actualimplement of:• virtual reality• augmented reality• mixed reality• geolocation• 3D objets
  43. 43. febrero 01, 2013 Part BInstructional Materials Motivation Survey:• 36 statments• relation to the instructional material• Questions about the particular impression regarding the impact of the use of AR technology on the students.
  44. 44. febrero 01, 2013 Teachers150 teacher from:• Belgium • Egypt• Canada • Italy• USA • Netherlands• England • Russia• Germany • Sweden• Spain • Czech Republic
  45. 45. febrero 01, 2013 StudentsLa Salle University:• future kindergarden teachers• future primary teachers
  46. 46. febrero 01, 2013First approach to results
  47. 47. febrero 01, 2013previous knowledge aboutAUGMENTED REALITY.
  48. 48. febrero 01, 2013I will be able to handle a IWB
  49. 49. febrero 01, 2013 I will be able tohandle AR in my class
  50. 50. febrero 01, 2013 I will be able tohandle 3 systems at the same time
  51. 51. febrero 01, 2013 AR technology isattention-grabbing
  52. 52. febrero 01, 2013 AR helped tohold their attention
  53. 53. febrero 01, 2013 The informationdiscovered through the experience stimulated their curiosity
  54. 54. febrero 01, 2013The proposal
  55. 55. febrero 01, 2013Dont use the document cameraDont use the IWBDont use technology
  56. 56. febrero 01, 2013just...Changing modelsAugment your classBe a just and fair teacher (social andtechnological equity for avoiding thedigital divide)
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  58. 58. febrero 01, 2013Progress is impossible without change, and thosewho cannot change their minds cannot changeanything. George Bernard ShawWithout change there is no innovation, creativity, orincentive for improvement. Those who initiatechange will have a better opportunity to manage thechange that is inevitable. William Pollard
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