EcoLearn has five presentations over the next two days of the annual conference of AERA – The American Educational Research Association, held this year in Chicago. Here’s a list of the latest presentations happening today and tomorrow!
The Relationship Between Scripting and Student Data Collection Behaviors in a Multiuser Virtual Environment In Roundtable Session: 60.084-1 – Frameworks for Evaluating Student Learning in Immersive Environments, Sun, April 19, 8:15 to 9:45am, Hyatt, East Tower – Purple Level, Riverside West
EcoMUVE: Immersive Simulations That Prepare Students for Inquiry Learning in Real-World Ecosystems In Event: 63.031 – Connecting Virtual Tools and Physical Activities to Enhance Science Learning, Sun, April 19, 12:25 to 1:55pm, Sheraton, Ballroom Level, Sheraton II
Augmented Reality–Enhanced Field Trips for Ecosystem Science In Event: 72.066 – Poster Session 16 In Poster Session: 72.066-4 – Emerging Trends and Issues in Immersive Environments for Learning, Mon, April 20, 10:35am to 12:05pm, Sheraton, Fourth Level, Chicago VI&VII
Scalability at the Level of Learning Technology: Case Studies of Two Virtual Environment-Based Curricula In Event: 73.059 – Toward an Operationalizable Model of Scaling Information and Communications Technology–Enabled Learning Innovations, Mon, April 20, 12:25 to 1:55pm, Marriott, Fourth Level, Armitage
Mobile Technologies Support Student Understanding of Variability in Messy Real-World Data in Ecosystem Science In Event: 75.043 – Research on Students’ Motivation and Learning in Augmented Realities, Mon, April 20, 2:15 to 3:45pm, Marriott, Fourth Level, Armitage
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This post was written by Shari Metcalf