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Implications of Using Augmented Reality in the Classroom Activity Guide

by Simona Ghenea


Implications of Using Augmented Reality in the Classroom Activity Guide
In our digital age, literacy doesn’t only refer to reading or writing anymore; it also includes digital skills. Learning coding at a young age helps develop crucial skills like problem-solving, analytical thinking, reasoning and creativity. While coding, students collaborate with their peers, are actively engaged and lead their own learning process. Coding empowers students to be at the forefront of a digitally competent society, develop a better understanding of the world that surrounds them and get a better chance to succeed in their personal and professional lives. 
EU Code Week is a grassroots movement that celebrates creativity, problem solving and collaboration through programming and other technical activities. By bringing our project activities here , we will both expand our project activities and accompany this pleasant community .
Why AR?
Augmented reality gives teachers the opportunity to present students with dynamic, engaging lessons and motivates them to learn, they will become more attentive, more involved.
Students will learn how many corners a star has, they will approach the story of the stars, the formation of the universe and we talked about the death of a star. Transforming a star into a Supernova and the students found out that the Sun is a middle star. If you want students to learn more about stars, the cosmos and star formation, you can use material that captures, incites and makes interesting lessons.
In the film you can discover the steps of the lesson and the enthusiasm of the students to discover the beauty of AR.
Ghenea Simona, Colegiul Național ”Elena Cuza”, Craiova, Romania
Traditional methods of education as we know it are becoming a thing of the past. They are becoming increasingly digitized, and being driven by technology innovations.