#4 TL4ED: Using Augmented Reality to Integrate Black History Month Across the Curriculum

Date: January 22 , 2020

Time: 4 PM Eastern

Topic: Using Augmented Reality to Integrate Black History Across the Curriculum

Are you looking for engaging lessons for Black History Month? Have you ever wondered how Augmented Reality fits into your classroom? We’ll discuss and learn about how students can use digital storytelling techniques with Augmented Reality to create their own Black History Videos.

3DBear’s Augmented Reality Creation App allows teachers to conduct Inquiry-based learning projects across the curriculum. In this 45 minute webinar, we will demonstrate teacher-written lessons that allow students to create digital stories about important historical milestones and events that meet ELA and social studies learning standards.

We all know that students learn best when they use all their senses, and this is the essence of how these lessons work. Lesson plans will be made available to all participants. 

Thought Leader Guests:

David Lockett @DavidJLockett

David Lockett is a STEM Teacher for Bok Academy in the Lake Wales Charter School District in Lake Wales, Florida. He is most passionate about STEM education and accessibility in computer science-based learning for all students. He has presented ed-tech based content and curriculum across the country. He is an Apple Teacher, Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator, NASA Solar System Ambassador, and a Tynker Blue Ribbon Educator. David Lockett holds the honor of receiving a Congressional STEM Accommodation from US. Rep. Scott Des Jarlais.

Mitch Weisburgh @weisburghm

As a partner at Academic Business Advisors, Mitch works with educators, policy makers, thought leaders, and EdTech providers to get best educational practices into schools and used by students and teachers. Mitch has overseen development of systems, content, curriculum, and courses across the spectrum of K-12, postsecondary, corporate training, and job readiness and helped many organizations expand in both K-12 and Higher Education.

Robin Williams @RobinBCBA

Robin earned her BS at UCF & her MS in Exceptional Education at FSU. Robin has worked in a variety of roles, teaching & providing technical assistance and coaching educators of students with disabilities. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who has built  her own private practice over the last 15 years. She has 20+ years of experience working with children and adults with severe developmental disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders and intensive behavioral disorders. She has written and developed a variety of trainings for teachers, parents and staff and has also presented at local education and behavior conferences including FETC and ATIA.

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