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Créer un projet en réalité augmentée en classe

Créer un projet en réalité augmentée en classe
Actualités du Numérique Éducatif Hauts-de-Seine Aller au contenu | Aller au menu | Aller à la recherche « Mercredi des Tice : utiliser le TNI en classe - Découvrir et prendre en main les outils de » Créer un projet en réalité augmentée en classe Par Véronique Le Quellenec le 26 novembre 2012, 15:52 - Mercredis du numérique - Lien permanent Le 14 novembre dernier s'est tenu un atelier présenté par le CUBE au CDDP 92 concernant la réalisation d'un projet pédagogique en classe autour de la réalité augmentée. 1. La réalité augmentée désigne les systèmes informatiques qui rendent possible la superposition d'un modèle virtuel 3D ou 2D à la perception que nous avons naturellement de la réalité et ceci en temps réel. Elle permet d'enrichir la réalité via un terminal muni d'un capteur optique (un téléphone, une tablette, ou tout simplement un ordinateur muni d'une webcam. ) A l'adresse ci-dessous vous trouverez un article sur l'utilisation concrète de la réalité augmentée, illustré par des vidéos: 1.

The Paperless Classroom with Google Docs titanicaurasma Extrait de séquence sur le Titanic intégrant la réalité augmentée par Aurasma (3ème euro) La séquence débute par des recherches d’informations sur le Titanic (treasure hunt). La classe est transformée en musée, des affiches illustrant l’aventure du Titanic depuis sa construction jusqu’au sauvetage des rescapés tapissent les murs de la salle. Des bruits de vagues et cris de mouettes sonorisent l’ensemble. Les élèves disposent d’un questionnaire dont les réponses se trouvent disséminées dans les affiches. Cette année j’ai utilisé la réalité augmentée pour doubler les affiches physiques de renseignements virtuels supplémentaires. Certaines affiches sont porteuses d'aide lexicale, d’autres dévoilent des indices, des questions supplémentaires ou des bonus. Les élèves passent le smartphone devant le document pour découvrir l’Aura, le double numérique de l'affiche. Plus-value : *Possibilité de créer plusieurs auras sur une seule affiche afin de proposer un bouquet multimédia. Mode d'emploi :

Best Practices for Deploying iPads in Schools Digital Tools Teaching Strategies Flickr: Lexie Flickinger By Matt Levinson As schools get ready to deploy iPads this year, each one is scrambling to figure out how to develop an efficient and effective system that works. Without professional development and a set plan in place, educators in individual classes might be stumped by how to set up iPads for different uses. To that end, here are some ideas about how to put a system in place for iPad use in classrooms:

Réalité Augmentée Interactif Par Le Jeu Et La Création Chromville : Application éducative basée sur la réalité augmentée par le jeu. L'aventure 3D et vos peintures prennent vie ! Cinq villages : Firecity, Stonetown, Groenland, Waterville et Cloudskingdom Peindre après impression et jouer avec vos amis et votre famille pour découvrir tous les mystères interactifs de cette aventure. Applications pour IOs et Google Play. How to use Chromville app from Chromville on Vimeo. Un autre outil avec des utilisations pédagogiques : L’idée dernière Aurasma est très simple. Aurasma Studio : (inscription gratuite, si vous êtes nouveau create account) Pourquoi Aurasma Studio ? Voir des utilisations en éducation : Un tutoriel, et des ressources, liens en éducation en anglais : Voir vidéo utilisation pédagogique lors d'une sortie scolaire : Pour aller plus loin :

Teachers Guide on The Use of iPad in education iPad is a cool versatile tool that has a huge potential in education. It is widely believed that iPad has started tranforming the face of education and revolutionizng modes of learning. Results coming out of pilot studies on the integration of iPads in the classroom seem to be promising. Reed College, for instance, took the Apple iPad for a spin in 2010 and was pleased with the tablets performance as an educational tool. There are in fact more than 600 school districts in the States that have already adopted a 1;1 iPad program and the list is too long to include here ( check out webliography links below to learn more ).All this growing body of research clearly displays the potential of this gadget in education. Given this huge importance of iPad in education, let us now go through some of the reasons behind the raise of the iPad star in education and some of the ways we can leverage it in our classroom. Some video tutorials on the use of iPad in education 1- Learning with iPad

Prss is trying to design the iPad publishing app that Apple never built A Netherlands-based company wants to revolutionize iPad publishing. In much the same way that Quark enabled desktop publishing in the eighties and platforms like WordPress and Tumblr allowed anyone to cheaply and easily set up their own blog in the aughts, Prss wants to put iPad publishing in the hands of people who lack programming skills. The app is the latest in a series of tools that democratize publications, giving high-level capabilities to those who want to distribute their message but don’t necessarily have the technical skills. The idea for Prss came after entrepreneur Michel Elings and longtime travel writer and photographer Jochem Wijnands constructed their own iPad publication called TRVL. “In the two-and-a-half years that we publsihed TRVL, we didn’t see something that did justice to the iOS platform,” Elings told me. After devising a “cookbook” of all the features they wanted, with an eye toward capitalizing on the iPad’s native features for interactivity, TRVL was born.

10 Great Tutorials to Create Interacive eBooks Using iBook Author Are you planning to give iBooks Author a place in your classroom? The video tutorials below will definitely give you a hand. As you know by now, iBooks Author is one of the formidable apps available in the iTunes store. It allow users to create interactive ebooks and share them with the rest of the world. The general process behind creating these interactive ebooks is pretty basic; however, there are certain features and tips teachers need to pay heed to in order to tap into its full potential. All of these video tutorials have been curated by DiyJourno 1- How to start iBook Author with a template 2- Thumbnail, Outline, and Layout panels 3- How to change colour plate in iBook Author 4-Insert pages and navigate thumbnail and outline view 5- Inserting and Modifying Text 6- Using Paragraph Style 7- Layering objects 8- Aligning objects 9- Locking and unlocking objects 10- Sharing your iBook Author

Excellent iPad Apps to Create Interactive eBooks for Teachers and Students Yesterday when I was talking about the 22 rules for effective digital storytelling, I mentioned writing stories as one motivational factor that helps students get engaged in their writing.Students find it easier to connect to their writing when it centers around their own experiences they have lived in their immediate environments. Another strategy to use to enhance your students writing and get them motivated to write is to provide them with simple and easy to use platforms to publish their work. Knowing that their final product is going to be published somewhere for others to view and read may drive them to write diligently to satisfy their writing egos. There are actually several web tools that students can use to publish and share their writings with others, here is a list of the best platforms you can recommend for your students. 1- Creative Book Builder Creative Book Builder enables everyone to create, edit and publish ebooks in a few minutes on the go. 2- Book Creator for iPad

What's Behind the iPad Hack at Los Angeles High Schools? - business issues, MDM, education, hardware systems, school, business, tablets, industry verticals, iPad, Management Topics, Apple, LAUSD, Management Topics | Consumerization of IT CIO — Last week, more than 300 students across three high schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) brought their school-issued iPads home and hacked into them, probably to download juicy blacklisted apps and access banned websites. Well, "hacked" might be a strong word. Students simply removed their mobile device management (MDM) software profile—an easy enough thing to do—which also got rid of Apple's Global Proxy that ensures traffic goes through a Web filter. It wasn't much of a hack, rather a couple of finger taps. The Los Angeles Times reported the story, which was picked up by other media, and LAUSD suddenly found itself in hot water. Headlines screamed: "Students find ways to thwart school iPad security" (rtv6) and "Students gleefully teach admins that mobile device management is hard" (Ars Technica). Seemingly caught by surprise, LAUSD threw together an official response. Related: iPad Pilot Programs' Dirty Little Secret What really happened at LAUSD?