Using QR Codes and Augmented Reality to Teach Social Studies
Are you looking for ways to keep your students interested and engaged during Social Studies lessons? One surefire way of doing so is by using mobile devices and scannable technologies, such as QR codes and Augmented Reality. With scannable technology, teachers can create interactive experiences that make learning exciting and encourage student exploration and engagement. Join Monica Burns as she shows how QR codes and Augmented Reality can change the way students access hand-picked content while they explore Social Studies topics. While the specific activities shared are primarily geared to elementary and middle school classes, scannable technologies are great for all grade levels.
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||Thursday, April 9, 2015 @ 3:00 PM EDT
||Mobile Learning, Tools for Student Projects
||AR, augmented reality, elementary, geography, history, iPad apps, middle school, QR codes, scannable technologies, social studies