Augmented Reality Enables Children to Learn in the Real World #ilmaBlog #Education #VR #Technology #Classroom #MyUniversityArchitect #ArchitectPosted: April 14, 2019
MBDs (Mobile broadband devices, or smartphones) allow students to access and collect additional information and clues. Students use EcoMOBILE activities developed with an augmented reality application, to navigate between “hotspots,” view information, answer questions, and observe virtual media overlaid on the physical pond.
Students can capture pictures, video, or voice recordings and take these back to the classroom to help make sense of school lessons. Through augmented reality we provide students with visualizations that would not otherwise be apparent in the natural environment (for example, virtual x-ray vision so that they can “see” a virtual carbon atom as it moves through the processes of photosynthesis and respiration).
These augmented reality experiences allow students to conceptualize and discuss processes and complex relationships that are otherwise difficult to describe or visualize.
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This “Career Day” slide show was presented to various 4th and 5th grade classes by Mr. Cunha. The presentation gave a brief overview of the new seven wonders of the world. He also touches on how Architecture is all around us (like when we go on vacation or when we go to the movies). Architecture plays an important role in everyday life. Finally, he informs the students about what it takes to be an Architect. The brief presentation is made fun by inserting farm animals and sound effects to keep the students engaged. Check out Frank’s website by clicking here and subscribe to Frank’s YouTube by clicking here.
This presentation was made to K-12 teachers looking to instruct their students about how the world of Architecture and Engineering is all around them. Mr. Cunha offered the teachers practical knowledge about how they could turn their classroom, school, and community into an environment for students to learn about practical applications of mathematics and science (i.e., post and beams, how the body’s lungs acts like the HVAC of a building, the science or “magic” of turning on a light switch, etc). Check out Frank’s website by clicking here and subscribe to Frank’s YouTube by clicking here.