Bridging the XR Technology-to-Practice Gap: Methods and Strategies for Blending Extended Realities into Classroom Instruction, Volume II
Alex Fegely, Coastal Carolina University, United States ; Todd Cherner, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States
Published . Publisher: AACE2023.
Extended reality (XR) represents the future of education. Before XR can be effectively integrated into schools and XR teaching standards can be imagined, practitioners and researchers must first lead the way to educate stakeholders on the power of XR as a tool for teaching and learning by establishing data-backed pedagogical strategies. Traditional uses of technology in the classroom are becoming outdated. XR is gradually being assimilated into education to replace them. This second volume shares research on XR within the contexts of schools and universities analyzed through the lens of teacher education. This volume features a wealth of international perspectives of XR researchers from across the globe.
Fegely, A. & Cherner, T. (2023). Bridging the XR Technology-to-Practice Gap: Methods and Strategies for Blending Extended Realities into Classroom Instruction, Volume II. AACE2023. Retrieved June 8, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/222293/.
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