VR in the Classroom Beyond Field Trips. If you’re not using VR in the classroom yet, chances are you soon will be, and many teachers are wondering how best to employ it.
Virtual field trips are often the first option that comes to mind when discussing virtual reality in education. There are plenty of enticing adventures out there, whether it’s a visit to an internationally renowned museum or a dive to a spectacular coral reef. Technology in the Classroom: Google’s Virtual Field Trips. When was the last time you took your class on a field trip to the Great Barrier Reef, Aztec Ruins, or the Taj Mahal?
Until recently, bringing students these sites was nearly impossible. We relied on video clips or static pictures to show these sites to students. But today, we are one step closer to using technology in the classroom to bring students to the amazing places of the world – through virtual reality. How Can Schools Use Virtual Reality? Integrating VR into the Classroom- Webinar from 9/13. 4 things to know about Google's virtual reality project, Cardboard.
Last year at its I/O developer conference, Google announced Cardboard, its stab at cheap, accessible virtual reality.
This year, they detailed further plans to develop the platform and bring their version of VR to basically anyone with with a headset and smartphone. Here's what Google has changed about Cardboard. Kahoot Tutorial. Tech Tuesday: Woohoo, Kahoot - Ten Fun Ways to Use Kahoot In Your Classroom! - The Snarky Schoolteacher. "How To Use Quizlet" 11 ways Quizlet.com can supercharge your teaching. What is Quizlet?
Quizlet.com is a free website which enables teachers and students to create digital flash cards. That’s not where the magic stops, however. Quizlet can automatically generate interactive games and even tests of the material you enter into it. How to Create a Set in Quizlet: 6 Steps. Edit Article Community Q&A With Quizlet you can make your very own sets of online flashcards.
Use these sets in a variety of ways to quiz yourself on any number of topics.