Augmenting the reality of education for the 21st century.


In less than 50 years we have seen massive changes in the classroom. From chalkboards to videotapes, the introduction to computers to interactive whiteboards, and now the implementation of Augmented Reality. But how much learning value can AR offer students beyond the "WOW factor"? Are we just rehashing old teaching methodologies and redressing them up with the latest technology? Or should we be exploiting AR's potential as a tool rather than just another medium? Richard Lewington explores these questions and what we should be doing about it.

Language: English

Level: Non technical / For everyone

Richard Lewington

English Speaking Examiner & Invigilator - Sales and Business Dev - University of Cambridge- Plain Concepts

Richard was born and raised in Essex, England. He studied Nursing at the University of Southampton and completed CELTA with the University of Cambridge. Richard has taught in a number of large corporations including Iberia, Telefónica & Barclays Bank, as well as consulting for governmental institutions such as the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce, Ministry of Health and Social Policy & the Ministry of Science and Innovation. He is the author of the award-winning book ‘Stop Speaking Spanglish’.

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