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Bending Communities of Learning: Exploring Extended Reality Tools

Laura Geringer

— June 30, 2021

Last Friday, community members, led by Storyteller in Residence Tom Haymes, gathered for the third hackathon in the Teaching Toolset series: Bending Communities of Learning: Exploring Extended Reality Tools.  This collaborative event focused on connecting learning strategies and extended reality tools. In the next few months, we'll synthesize the insights from the Teaching Toolset hackathon series to create an actionable resource about aligning teaching strategy and tools.

A dozen sketches of people with the words "ShapingEDU LIVE: Bending Communities of Learning: Exploring Extended Reality Tools"

Watch the recording

Ready to add your ideas to our developing co-created resource?  You can find the links to contribute in our #constellations Slack channel. (Request to join our Slack workspace here.

 

What's next? Frankensteining strategy into tools

Are we overwhelming students/staff with too many tools? How can understanding our teaching strategies help us construct tool environments that augment all forms of post-pandemic learning? What tools will you continue to use post pandemic, in a remote or hybrid learning environment? 

Join the Frankensteining strategy into tools working session at the Unconference, July 20-23!  

Laura Geringer