7 Ways to explore and create with Augmented and Virtual Reality

As we begin a new year, it is always fun to explore new ideas in our classroom. Finding ideas that work, whether in-person, hybrid, or fully online, can sometimes be challenging. However, I have found that by using some of the Augmented and Virtual Reality tools, we can provide engaging learning experiences for our students. Student engagement is one area that I have continued to work on over the past few years, especially in our virtual learning environment.

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of resources to choose from for AR/VR; however, it can be overwhelming to sort through all of the options or know where to start. The first thing I consider is the purpose of using them. I try to find tools that have benefits beyond their educational use that will help students prepare for the future. I also look for options that give students a chance to create more with the content and which do not have a steep learning curve or require a significant time commitment for teachers to get started.

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