Augmented Reality in Education: Making The Leap To Immersive Learning | daqri Blog

Could augmented reality be the one missing piece of the learning puzzle? If you’ve been in a classroom recently, you may have noticed that children have different approaches when it comes to learning. They take in most information through three senses: Visual (eyes), Auditory (ears), and Kinesthetic (touch). However, most children who prefer learning kinesthetically miss out on most of the information in school and perform poorly. How can educators better cater to these differences to create an environment where every student thrives?

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