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3 things Teachers Should Know about Augmented Reality in Education



1. Engaging Learning Experiences: Augmented reality (AR) brings learning to life by overlaying virtual elements onto the real world. Children can interact with 3D objects, characters, and simulations, fostering a dynamic and immersive learning environment. AR captivates their attention, enhances comprehension, and encourages active participation in educational activities.


2. Multi-Sensory Exploration: AR enables children to explore abstract concepts through multi-sensory experiences. They can manipulate virtual objects, observe processes from different angles, and even interact with historical figures or mythical creatures. This hands-on approach stimulates visual, auditory, and tactile senses, facilitating a deeper understanding and retention of knowledge.

3. Foster Collaboration and Creativity: AR technology encourages collaboration and sparks creativity among children. It enables them to collaborate on AR projects, solve puzzles together, or engage in interactive storytelling. By working together, children develop essential skills such as communication, teamwork, and problem-solving. AR also allows them to create their own augmented experiences, promoting imaginative thinking and self-expression.

Overall, augmented reality in elementary education offers an exciting and transformative way to engage young learners, facilitate conceptual understanding, and cultivate important skills that will benefit them academically and personally.


Take a moment to listen to this Twitter Space where a diverse group of Augmented REality creators shared their thoughts about the future of this technology. At the end I mention that you can download my AR packet of Children's Book AR covers. Try them here


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