Deeper Learning With QR Codes and Augmented Reality: A Scannable Solution for Your Classroom
Discover scannable technology and how to use it in your classroom, including QR codes and augmented reality. An easy read packed with useful information, examples, and exercises to create engaging and differentiated learning experiences with QR codes and augmented reality, this handbook is a resource for educators and administrators. Through Monica’s ACES Framework, teachers learn how to create learning experiences that focus on educational value rather than technological “wow” factor.
“This is a book that you will not want to put down. I found the examples and suggestions so exciting that I wanted to try them out immediately. At the same time, I couldn’t wait to see what valuable prompts for learning the next page turn would reveal. This is an easy read packed with practical applications.” Debra Las, Science Teacher
“This book give excellent examples for how your students can share their work simply and uniquely with their classmates and the school community. If you want your classroom reach to extend beyond your door this book can help you reach that goal.” William Chamberlain, Teacher
“Monica Burns provides educators with simple, practical ideas for integrating QR and AR in the classroom. As AR, QR, and VR continue to play a bigger role in education, this book is a great starting point for teachers who want to integrate engaging, powerful tools and strategies in their classrooms.” Zachary Walker, Professor and Educational Consultant
“Augmented Reality is one of the technologies that will define the next decade. This handbook is an excellent resource for educators to discover classroom ready ways to use AR technologies. This book is filled with exciting ways for students to use AR to explore and learn.” Donald McMahon, Assistant Professor of Special Education Technology
“This is a terrific, accessible guide to using scannable mobile tech in education. if you’re acquainted with QR codes or augmented reality but haven’t taken the leap to bring them into your classroom, Monica Burns’s book is the perfect introduction. Her ACES framework really helps you take things well beyond the gimmicky “wow” factor and into meaningful, learning-centered implementation. Without getting too technical, Burns provides enough detail for anyone to begin adding a new layer to their classroom tech. Well done.” Gerald Aungst, Author and Supervisor of Gifted Education and Elementary Mathematics