Virtual Voyages-Part II: 4 Ways To Create Your Own Extended Reality Classroom Experiences

I explored the physical and societal ramifications of extended reality experiences as well as the instructional context for its use. If you want to dive into the what and why of augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (collectively XR or extended reality) as well as best practices in the classroom, you can … Continue reading Virtual Voyages-Part II: 4 Ways To Create Your Own Extended Reality Classroom Experiences

Virtual Voyages-Part I: Why Extended Reality Matters In Education

This is the first part of a 2-part series exploring ways for teachers to create XR experiences for their students. Check Part II for 4 specific ways to build those experiences. Does Tech Matter? It seems that any education technology conference I go to, extended reality activities are what everyone is talking about the most … Continue reading Virtual Voyages-Part I: Why Extended Reality Matters In Education

Our Google Augmented Reality Adventure

Google has provided a variety of methods for students to begin exploring their world. One of the most exciting ways students can go on a Google adventure is through Google Expeditions, a means for students to go on 360° panoramic virtual tours of the world around them, into ancient history, into outer space, or inside their … Continue reading Our Google Augmented Reality Adventure

5 Ways To Explore With Google

You can also see 7 More Ways To Explore With Google It shouldn't be a surprise that the company that is synonymous making the whole world searchable and gave us the ability to explore everything at our fingertips is also a great platform for students to explore a number of learning opportunities. Here are five … Continue reading 5 Ways To Explore With Google

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Learn From Museums In-Person or Online

Why Museums Are Great Learning Resources As I am taking summer treks with my kids to museums and historical sites, I am realizing how wonderfully powerful these institutions can be to inspire learning. Granted I have the privilege of easy access to a number of these by living in New York City, but your geographic … Continue reading Learn From Museums In-Person or Online

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A New Reality

This post is part of a continuing series on game-based learning in connection with the Games For Change Festival. If you’re interested in seeing what lies ahead in educational gaming, I suggest following the Games for Change organization. You can also look at Glass Lab Games, Schell Games, and Filament Games who are all pushing the boundaries … Continue reading A New Reality