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Thursday, November 12 • 10:50am - 11:45am
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Augmented Reality has always been a captivating concept. People love watching impressive animations appear out of nowhere and provide the viewer with additional information that improves the learning experience.
In this session participants will explore how to use Augmented Reality applications of high educational value made by Aurasma, Daqri and Arloon to enhance their science lessons. Specifically, participants will learn how to create hands-on lessons using Daqri’s Elements 4D and Arloon’s Chemistry Apps collaboratively to enrich their chemistry lessons. In addition, participants will learn how to use Arloon’s Anatomy to teach basic and advance science concepts such as human anatomy and human body systems. Finally, participants will gain an insight on how students can use Aurasma in the classroom to craft student-made AR examples that illustrate their understanding of all of the concepts taught by the teacher using Daqri and Arloon’s apps.
All of the activities shared in this dynamic session are aligned to several Florida Science Standards and Common Core Science Standards.

Speakers
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Nikolaos Chatzopoulos

Director of Innovation & Educational Technology Co, Plato Academy
Nikolaos Chatzopoulos (Nik) is currently the Director of Innovation and Educational Technology Coordinator at Superior Schools, the management company of Plato Academy Schools in the Tampa Bay Area. He is also the host and organizer of ST4T, an annual EdTech conference in Clearwater, FL. Nik has taught Elementary Math and Science for 10 years in public and charter schools in the Tampa Bay Area. He is a technology enthusiast, and enjoys... Read More →



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:50am - 11:45am
J-204

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