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IDentifEYE Workshop - The Instructirs Manual : Learn how to use Augmented Reality in the classroom

By Hansen, Onno

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Book Id: WPLBN0004102245
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Reproduction Date: 12/23/2015

Title: IDentifEYE Workshop - The Instructirs Manual : Learn how to use Augmented Reality in the classroom  
Author: Hansen, Onno
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Technology, Education
Collections: Education, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India
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Publication Date:
2015
Publisher: IDentifEYE Partnership

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Hansen, M. O., & Stanszyska, B. (2015). IDentifEYE Workshop - The Instructirs Manual : Learn how to use Augmented Reality in the classroom. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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A complete guide with instructions, templates and theory modules so as to help the teacher acquire ICT and interpersonal skills. The workshop aims to help teachers combat issues related with online identities.

Summary
Introduction Welcome instructor! Thank you for being interested in the IDentifEYE project. The overall aim of the IDentifEYE project is to enhance student online safety by empowering student online resilience. But, you will not instruct students. You will instruct teachers. The reason for this is scalability. In order to reach students in a scalable, structured way there are only two gateways: parents and teachers. Because teachers are organized and have a far larger reach than parents they are the ones you will deal with. Teachers are not the easiest group to work with. They feel overburdened and underappreciated. And they have become cynical when it comes to innovations. Education researcher Dylan Wiliam (2011) writes: “Because teachers are bombarded with innovations, none of these innovations has time to take root, so nothing really changes. And worse, not only is there little or no real improvement in what happens in classrooms, but teachers get justifiably cynical about the constant barrage of innovations to which they are subjected.”

 
 



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