Monday, 9 September 2013

Augmented Reality and teaching kids to Code


In my latest Augmented Reality experiment I have combined two of my passions! Teaching kids to Code and Augmented Reality. I have been introducing my Year 5 students to the language of Code this term and I have been wanting to cater for all my learners. Especially those who need extra consolidation.

Using the Hopscotch App, my students have been creating their own digital games. I thought I would use Aurasma to help consolidate these lessons. Here is the result.


I continue to look for Augmented Reality opportunities in my class to consolidate, differentiate and enhance learning with my students.

AR Rocks!

Paul

2 comments:

  1. Virtual reality has taken huge steps in past two years from 3D and augmented reality to virtual reality glasses.

    Virtual Reality Disney

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  2. Now it is really easy. I like read and understand more and more about augmented reality and his role in education. I read https://itechcraft.com/augmented-reality-learning/ about education for kids, it is really good ideas.

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