How to Use Metaverse: Awesome Augmented Reality and New Features

How to Use Metaverse

Metaverse is a powerful augmented reality (AR) programming app for classrooms. I first wrote about this app in December 2017 shortly after launch. Metaverse has come a long way and is specifically focused on becoming an amazing AR app for classrooms with the new Collections feature. In this blog post, I’ll share the vocabulary I […]

VR & AR in the Classroom

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Hall Davidson shares both simple explanations of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in the classroom. He talks about the tools, best practices, and tips for these technologies as well as his predictions for which one he thinks is going to be the most useful for teachers. Today’s Sponsor: Metaverse is a powerful augmented […]

Valuable Virtual Reality Things Every Teacher Should Know

The impossible, dangerous, counterproductive, or experience are perfect experiences for virtual reality. Teacher Steven Sato shares with us the kinds of virtual reality experiences that have people talking. Steven also teaches a VR class at his school in Los Angeles. He shares how his VR experiences help children develop empathy and have meaningful conversations that […]

3DBear Review: The Augmented Reality Classroom Pro

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Teaching in augmented reality (AR) for the past several years has been a bit of a challenge, in my opinion, as is often the case with new technologies. For example, I had to assess “over the shoulder” by looking at what students were doing. Now, using 3DBear, I’m able to offer students a classroom where […]

Webinar: Teaching with Augmented Reality with #ARVRinEDU Classroom Enthusiasts

Join a lively conversation with Jaime Donally, the host of #ARVRinEDU chat on Twitter, some leading AR in the Classroom enthusiasts and me as we discuss the changing pedagogies around Augmented Reality (AR) in the classroom in a free webinar on Wednesday, December 19th at 9pm ET. This webinar is sponsored by 3D Bear. AR Topics Some […]

Top Chef: Cooking Up Instructional Greatness with Fun PD

Allison Starling on Episode 401 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

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Allison Starling has an awesome idea for teacher professional development! She creates two “PD Events” at different times during the year and creates a game to encourage learning at her school. I loved this idea so much that I’m using it at my school. Right now, we’re doing the “Christmas Three” PD Event and teachers […]

Games and Play Based Learning in Middle and High School

C. Ross Flatt in Episode 399 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Play can be used to teach. C. Ross Flatt from the Institute of Play, talks about exemplars and best practices for play in the middle and high school classrooms. Listen to the Show Listen to the show on iTunes or Stitcher Stream by clicking here. C. Ross Flatt’s Bio as Submitted C. Ross Flatt is the Director of […]

Innovative Science Teaching in Grades 6-12

Isabella Liu from Hong Kong on Episode 397 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

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Isabella Liu is a science teacher in Hong Kong who is using technology with her grade 6-12 classrooms. From augmented reality to game-based learning and online portfolios, she has a variety of ideas to share about how she amps up her science teaching with technology. SPONSOR: Join a Free Personalized Learning Session with Me and […]

5 Ways to Help Kids of All Ages Code #HourofCode

Brian Aspinall on Episode 396

Happy Hour of Code Week. Here are your ideas to get started. Brian Aspinall, author of Code Breaker: 15+ Ways to Get Started with Coding, shares how students from kindergarten to high school can start to learn coding. He also discusses why the argument that every child won’t become a coder just doesn’t hold water. […]

The neuroscience of play, games, and learning (and why Fortnite might not be so bad)

Episode 379 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

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Dr Dave Neale is a researcher in the psychology of play and learning at the Centre for Play, Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) at The University of Cambridge. Today he talks about the neuroscience of play, games, and learning in the classroom. (We also discuss a little about Fortnight.) Advancement Courses has more than 200 […]