Teacher Knowledge, Augmented Reality and Multimodal Literacies
Dr Lynde Tan
Live cast on Wednesday 4 November 2020
How can we ensure that literacy instruction responds to emerging technological advancements and evolving digital literacy practices? It’s critical that teachers are developing key competencies to create students who are critical, imaginative, effective and confident digital citizens. Plus, while print texts remain valuable and dominant in current classroom practices, text requirements in language curricula are expanding to incorporate digital texts like augmented reality (AR). In this presentation, learn how Australian primary school teachers are using augmented reality (AR) to teach multimodal literacies in the classroom — and how you can bring AR experiences into the literacy block.
Download the PowerPoint slides (.pptx 32 MB) for this presentation.
See also the related PETAA Paper 220 Teaching Language, Literacy and Literature using Augmented Reality
and Learn about the 2019 PETAA Research Grant of which both the text and event are products.