Using Augmented Reality to Create Digital Dioramas

Today I was privileged to present at the Apple Education Community Summit in Sydney to a group of educators on the magic of using augmented reality in the primary and secondary classroom.

 

AR presentation

As promised in my Evidence of Learning post, here are the resources from my presentation today on how to use keynote to create digital artefacts with your students, and how to augmented reality (AR Makr) to create digital dioramas.

Introductory video

Using Keynote to Create Digital Artefacts

Using AR Makr

Have you run an activity like this in your class? If so, please share in the comments below.



5 replies

July 10, 2024

Fun and creative learning Tori! - thanks for the videos that walks us through and provides wonderful detail. Certainly something to try in history classes!

July 10, 2024

Awesome work Tori! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us. Ill be trying this in my English class.

July 11, 2024

Thank you Tori for your session that was inclusive across primary and secondary settings. It was a great practical workshop.

July 14, 2024

Thanks for joining in.

July 12, 2024

Tori, there is an abundance of creativity at play here and as an open ended task, it can be tailored for students of all ages. Well done!

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