Monday, October 3, 2016

Library Students "Make Their Mark" and Use Augmented Reality

Students in the Library took part in a school-wide celebration of "International Dot Day." Based on the Peter H. Reynolds' book, "The Dot", students were asked to design a dot to "make their mark."
Following up on this idea, the librarian and assistant , Dani Doeckel & Stephanie Sheridan, presented lessons on the iPad. 

Using an app called Quiver, they had students color special coloring sheets to decorate a dot. Then, with the App, Quiver, students scanned their dot and observed how their dot became "alive", letting the 3D augmented reality take it to a new level. 

This lesson was done by all grade levels, but here are some pictures of 3rd graders from Mrs. King's room observing their dots in motion.

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