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How to integrate Augmented Reality successfully in your classroom by Ronelle Klinck

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This is the presentation that accompanied a webinar by Ronelle Klinck that I hosted. n this webinar, Ronelle demonstrated the steps to integrate Augmented Reality successfully in your classroom. Augmented Reality is a tool teachers can use to bring learning to life and make the learning experience an interactive adventure. Ronelle says, "I use AR to engage my learners, scaffold learning and flip my classroom. In this webinar I’ll share practical examples of how to integrate AR in your classroom."

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How to integrate Augmented Reality successfully in your classroom by Ronelle Klinck

  1. 1. 1. Problem? 2. What is AR? 3. Plan (implement AR successfully) a) AR as an interactive adventure b) USE AR TO scaffold learning c) USE AR TO flip your classroom
  2. 2. How do teachers incorporate 21st century skills in their classrooms?
  3. 3. Definition: The integration of digital information with the user’s environment in real time. http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/augmented-reality-AR
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  5. 5. http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/img/big-idea/augmented/augmented.jpg
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  9. 9. • Since Ronald T. Azuma’s study in 1997 “A Survey of Augmented Reality” three main characteristics are used to determine AR: • it combines real and virtual world • it is interactive in real time • it is registered in 3D http://www.arlab.com/blog/the-evolution-of-augmented-reality/
  10. 10. https://www.airliquide.com/sites/airliquide.com/files/styles/1280x770/public/2016/02/05/connect-overlay-glasses.jpg?itok=mXG0nQ1E
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  13. 13. How do teachers incorporate 21st century skills in their classrooms?
  14. 14. a) AR as an interactive adventure Know Thy Impact – John Hattie Why are you integrating AR in your lesson? • Substitute for another tool  Enhance learners understanding  Transform learning experiences  Engage and excite all learners  F.A.I.L – Abdul kalam
  15. 15. e.g. interactive adventure http://opticsgamer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/augmented-reality-scavenger-hunt.jpg https://staartechers.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/screen-shot-2014-03-14-at-9-16-58-pm.png http://opticsgamer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/qr-code-quest-scavenger-hunt-part-deux-the-daring-librarian.jpg
  16. 16. e.g. interactive adventure http://www.sci-bono.co.za/
  17. 17. B) USE AR TO scaffold learning to …  Provides for a supportive learning environment  provide feedback and support in learning new material  Learners take a more active role in their own learning  Learners share the responsibility of teaching and learning  scaffolding move learners beyond their current skill and knowledge levels  Learners are able to take ownership of the learning event http://www.niu.edu/facdev/resources/guide/strategies/instructional_scaffolding_to_impro ve_learning.pdf
  18. 18. e.g. scaffolding
  19. 19. e.g. scaffolding http://www.nzg.ac.za/newsletter/issues/24/images/0604.jpg http://ww1.prweb.com/prfiles/2012/05/31/9555698/IMG_4476.jpg
  20. 20. e.g. scaffolding ST STITHIANS GIRLS’ COLLEGE GRADE 8: 2015 Anouk Oosthuizen Favourite place on campus Video of how I used my device in different subjects
  21. 21. C) USE AR TO flip your classroom  Prepare your students  Prepare questions such as …  what have you learned by exploring …?  What was the most confusing part of …?  “what if”  Design in-class activities that resolve learners’ misconceptions, misunderstandings or difficulties with the flipped content
  22. 22. C) USE AR TO flip your classroom  Prepare questions such as …  what have you learned by exploring …?  What was the most confusing part of …?  “what if”
  23. 23. C) USE AR TO flip your classroom Prepare your students Which ar app to download Requirements to run the ar app Demonstrate how to use the ar app
  24. 24. C) USE AR TO flip your classroom Design in-class activities that resolve learners’ … Misconceptions misunderstandings or difficulties with the flipped content
  25. 25. …The end klinck.ron@gmail.com

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