Webinar: Putting AR in Art: Augmented Reality Made Easy

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Putting the AR in Art. Augmented Reality Made Easy!
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Presenters: Tricia Fuglestad and Theresa McGee

Want to engage your students and impress your colleagues? Bring the magic of augmented reality to your classroom with just a few simple steps! Need a way to link student physical art to their digital art extensions? Similar to the way a mobile device scans a QR code and links to a website, Augmented Reality alters the natural environment when viewed through a mobile device. Make learning more engaging for your students, present student work in a unique format, demonstrate new techniques, and manage your classroom. Learn tips and tricks from veteran Augmented Reality teachers who have used this amazing tool in and out of their classrooms. Applicable for all teaching levels K-12

Tricia Fuglestad, K-5 art teacher from Dryden Elementary School in Arlington Heights, IL has a masters in K-12 technology integration and has been successfully integrating iPads into instruction and art production for many years. Her goal in using iPads is to expand the curriculum, give students an opportunity to explore new media, and find transformative ways for students to demonstrate learning dynamically.

Theresa McGee, 6-8 art teacher from Hinsdale Middle School, IAEA Past President and current webinar coordinator, has been teaching using Augmented reality since 2012. Theresa works to integrate technolgy into curriculum while still using traditional art materials.
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