On Tuesday 14th March we held our first interactive webinar for the year on Augmented Reality and Immersive Technologies for the Primary Classroom. If you weren't able to attend you can view the recording on demand via our CSER YouTube home page.
Augmented reality is more than entertainment. It offers unique educational learning experiences, that are engaging and effective. Whether it’s for Science, History, Geography or The Arts, students can experience an immersive environment that can enhance their learning.
Join us for our upcoming webinar on making the most of Virtual Reality across the school. Gleeson College in Adelaide were one of the first schools to borrow a CSER Lending Library Oculus VR Kit and they made the most of the opportunity using the VR equipment in creative and diverse ways across the curriculum and year levels.
The CSER Team are looking forward to delivering two new events:
If you have been looking for ideas on how to integrate Augmented Reality related activities into the classroom, this resource is a good place to begin. In November 2020, Helen Kardiasmenos, CSER NSW Project Officer and Dr Rebecca Vivian, CSER Research Fellow, presented a webinar exploring the many possibilities of using Augmented Reality in the classroom.
Last year the Digital Technologies Hub hosted a webinar on using Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence in the classroom. Presenters Martin Richards, Content Manager, Digital Technologies Hub (Education Services Australia) and Dr Rebecca Vivian, CSER Research Fellow, presented a webinar introducing educators to the possibilities of using VR, AR and AI in the classroom.
Throughout the year our project team have worked on a series of live webinars and pre-recorded videos to share ideas and concepts for the classroom on a wide range of topics including cyber security, augmented reality, leadership, data, Aboriginal story telling with AR, hour of code, merge cubes, metaverse and much more!
We are delighted to share that the CSER National Lending Library is back! Thanks to the support of the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, CSER is able to re-launch the library, provide some new learning resources and deliver a series of virtual professional learning webinars over the coming months! Watch this space and register your interest for the library via our Library Page.