Welcome to the Augmented Learning Platform!
Have you, as teacher, ever thought of designing and implementing pedagogical Augmented Reality (AR) projects with your learners? In fact, it sounds quite challenging. That’s why we created this Augmented Learning (AL) Platform.
AL Platform - Benefits for TEACHERS
- Planning and structuring an AR project according to Design Thinking approach;
- Organizing learners’ teams;
- Promotion of learners’ collaboration and teamwork;
AL Platform - Benefits for LEARNERS
- Building & managing their own AR project teams,
- Organizing research materials for their AR projects,
- Collaborative creation and edition of AR projects
AR Projects' results
Have you ever heard about Tribustown, Greenfalls, or EuRoFloBie? Don’t miss the chance to learn more about these unique cities created by our teams!
A modern and cheerful, rich of green space with leisure places where citizens can enjoy their free time and express their feelings and passions.
An outlook of the near future European city resulting from mixing and matching the historical foundations of three European cities to a new city.
A vibrant and multicultural city, preserving and reconnecting with culture & nature and bridging the gap between ages and social classes.
Sharing and making visible AR Projects' results
Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times, right? The good news is: the AL platform is already populated with three exciting AR projects that aimed at augmenting cultural assets in the selected European cities. These AR projects were created by international groups of learners and teachers from the vocational schools in Bielefeld (Berufskolleg Senne, Germany), Florence (ITT Marco Polo, Italy), and Roermond (BC Broekhin, the Netherlands) in the framework of the Erasmus+ project Experiencing Augmented Reality on Cultural Heritage Applications in iVET (CultApp, www.cultapp.eu). In times of COVID-19, learners and teachers from three European countries virtually worked together on the creation of unique stories, which aimed at experiencing and redesigning cultural places in their cities through Augmented Reality.
Keen to explore visions of European cities as seen by young learners? Ready to set your own teams and create your own AR project? Get registered on the AL platform, invite participants and start working together on your project!
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