Deeper Learning With QR Codes and Augmented Reality: A Scannable Solution for Your Classroom

Deeper Learning With QR Codes and Augmented Reality A Scannable Solution for Your Classroom Engaging interactive learning right in your students hands What if your students mobile devices became an instructional asset rather than a distraction Discover how free scannable technology can enr

  • Title: Deeper Learning With QR Codes and Augmented Reality: A Scannable Solution for Your Classroom
  • Author: MonicaBurns
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Engaging, interactive learning right in your students hands What if your students mobile devices became an instructional asset rather than a distraction Discover how free, scannable technology can enrich learning, while captivating students Best of all, these technologies are easy to quickly implement within your classroom Learn about QR codes and Augmented RealityEngaging, interactive learning right in your students hands What if your students mobile devices became an instructional asset rather than a distraction Discover how free, scannable technology can enrich learning, while captivating students Best of all, these technologies are easy to quickly implement within your classroom Learn about QR codes and Augmented Reality AR Reach each student with new, hands on learning opportunities Embrace the ACES Framework for teaching with scannable technologies Access, Curate, Engage, and Share Promote self directed learning and showcase students creations Leverage technology to connect classroom activities with students families and the broader community

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    1. This book provides examples of and applications for scannable technologies in the classroom. This book has many useful suggestions and is a quick read. The table of contents is quite detailed, which provides easy access to information about specific skills, apps, or teaching focus. The “Spotlight” sections that provide an example of how a particular educator uses scannable technology in their classroom gave many innovative and useful classroom applications.The author attempts a strong focus [...]

    2. I enjoyed reading Deeper Learning with QR Codes and Augmented Reality: A scannable Solution for Your Classroom. The book is an easy read and well organized. Monica Burns gave tangible tips for both novice users of QR codes and AR triggers, as well as new ways to incorporate them if you are experienced. There are actual examples for use in both elementary and secondary classrooms, many include pictures. All examples include the grade level of students, the project they were working on, and what a [...]

    3. When I received this book, I was somewhat taken aback by its size. Or, to be more accurate, its LACK of size: it's thin. But it soon became apparent that this little book punches well above its weight.It is both well-structured and comprehensive, following a framework, devised by the author, with the useful acronym of ACES. This stands for Access, Curate, Engage and Share.There is plenty to inspire you here. QR codes are ubiquitous, but also suffer from sounding too 'techie' to be of interest to [...]

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