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Mobile Learning

Education, learning, and instruction conducted by means of portable computer devices such as smartphones or tablet computers; includes apps and tablet programs.

Apr 15, 2020


Interactive Game Exploring the Workings of the US Government

The Center on Representative Government at Indiana University has launched Engaging Congress, a free interactive game that uses primary source documents to explore the workings of American government and the challenges the government faces in contemporary society.

Apr 15, 2020


Human Anatomy Lesson for Children in Augmented Reality

Finding an age-appropriate resource to explore the human body can be challenging, especially when the learning is in 3D. The MERGE Mr. Body anatomy experience is well suited to young students as they rotate the cartoon character while examining and interacting with specific body systems and parts, such as the heart, lung, liver, and brain.

AR reading app

Apr 01, 2020


Books Brought to Life in Augmented and Virtual Reality

disruptED is a curriculum-rich augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) resource for early elementary students. The AR/VR reality books bring students on a literacy journey as they explore and interact with letters, shapes, and opposites. One lesson connects letter recognition with sign language. Learners can select either augmented or virtual reality to engage with the books, which include visual and auditory prompts in the directions. 

teacher app to communicate with parents

Apr 01, 2020


App for Communicating with Non-English-Speaking Parents

The TalkingPoints Teacher app helps teachers reach all parents and guardians, regardless of language, via text messages in more than 100 languages. The translations are done by a combination of human translators and machines, allowing for seamless communication with all students’ families.

app about the Acropolis

Mar 16, 2020


3D App with Interactive Scenes of the Acropolis of Athens

The world’s most famous citadel, the Acropolis of Athens, was built in Ancient Greece in the fifth century BCE. With the free Acropolis Interactive 3D app, students can explore this great work of architecture along with events of the past.


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