3D Learning: ISTE

26 Jun

Since February, I have had the unique opportunity to work with a prototype for the World’s First 3D Document Camera created by Lumens Integration, Inc.  Meeting the need for custom-designable 3D content for educators and students, this stereoscopic visual presenter allows teachers and students to handcraft unlimited 3D activities supporting standards in math, science, literacy, and more.

This handout details the implementation of the tool at McKeel Elementary Academy and the amazing results we have already begun to see: Elementary 3D: ISTE Handout

Over the last two weeks, my work with the 3D Ladibug Document Camera was shared at coolTECH 2011 in Tampa, FL and INFOCOMM 2011 in Orlando, FL. The story made the news and can be seen here. This week, I will be taking this unique tool on the road to ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia, PA.

If you are attending ISTE, you can find out more about this awesome tool and other great educational resources by joining me at any of these events!!

11:00-1:00pm Poster Session – 3D Comes to School: The Story Continues,
PACC Broad St Atrium , Table: 26
(This Poster features several 3D Learning Initiatives and Projects, included mine.)

4:15-5:15 – Engaging Education: Student Created Media Projects – Nancye Blair, PACC 122B
(Engage. Inspire. Assess. How? With more than 20 innovative, adaptable student-created
media projects that integrate curriculum through movies, animation, Web 2.0, and more.)

1:00-1:30pm The Future of Document Cameras – Nancye Blair – ISTE UnPlugged
(Immersive. Interactive. Hands-on. Experience how best practices with emerging
technologies in document cameras, from wireless mobility to stereoscopic 3D capability,
can breathe life into the 21st Century elementary classroom.)

10:15-11:15 Panel – 3D Teaching = Student Engagement in the Classroom, PACC 113A
(This Panel will feature information about 3D initiatives worldwide.)


By visiting the Ladibug Document Camera Booth #1049, where I will be giving Interactive Demonstrations on Monday & Tuesday at 10am & 2pm.

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