What is AR?
Augmented reality technology allows the user to superimpose a computer-generated image on the real world through their tablet or smartphone camera.
As you browse these resources, reflect on the following questions:
- How might I use AR to create engaging learning experiences for my students?
- How might my students use AR to demonstrate their learning?
This interactive storytelling app allows students to explore how people, wildlife, and landscapes are impacted when free flowing rivers are damned versus when sustainable energy solutions are chosen.
By creating an Aura and adding it to existing physical objects or printed materials, your students can access extra content like a historical image for context or a video of how to solve a math problem. This is somewhat similar to how a QR code works, although the videos and images must come from your own smartphone or tablet instead of from the internet.
This app and creation platform allow the user to create cool interactive AR content and share it with others.
Examples include: breakout rooms, scavenger hunts, geocaches, quizzes, tours, and stories.