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Augmented Reality in Teaching

Augmented reality in teaching refers to combining and implementing the information in the form of graphics, audio, text, etc., in education. It presents a real-time image of a digital object for the user. It gives the illusion of items or objects coming to life that makes it simpler to grasp. 

Augmented reality in teaching combines the digital world advantages into reality and makes for a fun learning experience. This teaching style can be applied to any subject for a better understanding.

The first virtual reality system was created by Ivan Sutherland in the year 1968. Since its creation, augmented reality has evolved to enter into various domains. In teaching, it can attract the attention of students. Augmented reality in education can change the academic structure for students.

This method has challenged the traditional style of learning. Its benefits include ease of learning, animated content, creative explanation of problems, and engagement of students. 

This option offers the students to discover the unexplored and learn new things. Students can use this technology for developing 3D models, solving quizzes, and getting an in-depth understanding. 

Augmented reality in teaching also guides teachers to create new training methods for students that will benefit their use of technology.

Augmented reality in teaching has a plethora of benefits that are highly beneficial for the creative growth of students. This use of technology is made available in the form of mobile applications. These mobile applications target kids, students, teachers and are also available for self-study.

Teachmint’s library of learning resources contains notes, lecture videos, test questions, and a lot more – and it is available on almost all subjects.

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