In this episode, I share eight augmented reality apps that students and families can use at home. On this list of AR apps, I share resources for different subject areas, age groups and devices. You’ll also hear about strategies for introducing these apps to families and students.
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AR Apps for Learning at Home
So let’s make this EdTech easy…
- Identify your “why” for sharing an app
- Determine the suggestion or expectation you’ll share with students and families
- Provide any helpful “getting started” tips with families
- Reflect on the experience and ask students and families for feedback
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
- This podcast was transcribed with Rev, use my affiliate link to try it out: try.rev.com/Cz82B
- Froggipedia (Designmate)
- Plantale (Designmate)
- Boulevard AR (Boulevard Arts)
- Statue of Liberty (Statue of Liberty — Ellis Island)
- Apollo’s Moon Shot AR (SN Digital LLC)
- Civilisations AR (BBC Media Applications Technologies)
- 3DBear (3DBear)
- AR Makr (Line Break, LLC)
- Simple Augmented Reality Apps for Kids (Podcast Episode)
- How to Use Augmented Reality in Any Subject Area Feat. 3DBear (Blog Post)
- How to Support Problem-Based Learning with Augmented Reality (Blog Post)
- Special Promotion from 3DBear Augmented Reality App for Students (Blog Post)
- Augmented Reality Lesson Spotlight: Bring Nutrition to Life (Blog Post)
- Augmented Reality Creation Tool for a Web 3.0 Future (Blog Post)
- Tell a Wintertime Story Using Augmented Reality featuring 3DBear (Blog Post)
- A Tool from Finland to Support Phenomenon-Based Learning featuring 3DBear (Blog Post)
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