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AR Apps for Learning at Home with Augmented Reality – Easy EdTech Podcast 065

June 9, 2020

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…

  1. Identify your “why” for sharing an app
  2. Determine the suggestion or expectation you’ll share with students and families
  3. Provide any helpful “getting started” tips with families
  4. Reflect on the experience and ask students and families for feedback
Learn about a new media contest from StudySync that celebrates all of the ways students can share their learning through student projects like a video.

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