Over the past few months I have been looking to design augmented learning environments. An augmented learning environment is a mix of the real world and technology. What I found, about the environments that I have created so far, is that student seem to really get engaged with this type of learning. I really see the potential of these type of learning environments. Two key aspects that really enhance these environments are that students must work together to solve a problem, and students must be moving around in the real world not on a computer.
What I am interested in learning from all of you right now is:
- Have any of you used any of these environments?
- How have you used these environments?
- How did you set them up?
Please post a response and let me know what are your thoughts.
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