Imagine a bulletin board that plays videos created by your students, or a word wall that actually pronounces vocabulary words and provides definitions. Display student work that, when scanned by parents or other class members, gives a brief description of how it was made and learned concepts explained in their own words. Create a collaborative timeline of a historical event that comes to life. Easily gain instant insight into how well the class grasps a lesson. Create a video production area in your classroom to facilitate creation. All of these interactive ideas are possible with just a few digital tools and a creative mind. Below are a few examples of interactive projects that you and your students can create.
|Augmented Reality Tools||Augmented Reality Examples|
|QR Code Tools||QR Code Examples|
|SMARTboard Tools||SMARTboard Examples|
|Formative Assessment Tools||Formative Assessment Examples|
|Collaborative Wall Tools||Collaborative Wall Examples|
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