Reality Composer in HS Physics


Has anyone seen or used Reality Composer in a High School Physics classroom? I have a teacher who brought the idea to me and I think it has some potential! I am fairly new to the world of Reality Composer so we are seeking the community's input. We have been exploring some of the physics options within the app and brainstorming ways this could be used. I'm currently scouring Paul Hamilton and Jacob Woolcock's videos to learn everything I can about the app.

Has anyone had success with this app in their physics classroom or have other great resources you can point us to? THANK YOU!

Posted on January 18, 2024 in response to jorton

Paul and Jacob are experts in the field of Reality Composer and education. If I come across anything I will pass it along.

Posted on January 20, 2024 in response to jorton

I can’t think of any specific High School Physics class examples, but that doesn’t mean it can’t work and have huge impact on student learning. I’m certainly no expert on it, but Reality Composer definitely has the tools to explore lot fo different concepts in Physics!

Can’t wait to see what you and your students do with it, Jennifer!

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