Metaverse is an excellent platform that allows you to create interactive learning experiences using the power of AR technology. The process is simple and easy and no coding knowledge is required. Using Metaverse Studio you will be able to instantly start creating various forms of AR experiences to use with students in your class. Every experience you create can be shared with others via email, a QR code, a generated link or embed code. Some of the AR things teachers and students are creating on Metaverse include: games, scavenger hunts, quizzes, science fair projects, book reports, presentations and many more.
Here are some of the ways teacher are using Metaverse:
1- Interactive stories
‘Teachers are creating sophisticated, short or long-form, AR stories (across all subjects) to supplement books and topics covered in class. By linking various components together, teachers can create sophisticated “choose your own adventure” stories, that enthrall their students.’
2- Field Trips and Scavenger Hunts
‘Teachers are creating their own scavenger hunts and augmenting field trips. Experiences can be placed at specific geographical locations, requiring students to be near the Experience in order to interact with it (much like Pokemon Go). Since every Experience has a unique QR code, teachers are also creating scavenger hunts in their classrooms or in multi-story buildings by placing QR codes in various areas.’
Watch the video below to learn how to create a scavenger hunt in Metaverse.
Courtesy of Alan Ellis through whose tweet we discovered this tool.
First appeared here