Wow, I love Joli Barker 's "Fearless writing and the 3D augmented reality worlds that students are using along with their writing. This is completely AWESOME! If you're teaching elementary kids to write, you've got to read what Joli is doing with these third graders
Scholastic Book Fairs now have a mobile app that lets you scan the covers and get reading levels and other interesting information about the book. What a useful, cool way to introduce the concept of "augmented reality" to kids. You can put the app on their ipads if you're 1:1 and let them use it to pick out books.
Augmented Reality and Interactive Storytelling (ARIS) is seeing an upswing in schools which are starting to allow BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Augmented reality is useful, relevant, and a fascinating, real world way to create. Excellent article.
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