Book Title: Inclusive Peer Learning & Augmented Reality in Higher Education: A Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) Perspective
Book Description: Discover a new era in education with Inclusive "Peer Learning & Augmented Reality in Higher Education." This book, a product of the iPEAR project, offers a roadmap for educators to engage students through augmented reality, creating a more democratic, visual, and creative learning environment. Dive into the world of peer learning, research findings, and real-world case studies to redefine pedagogy.
Inclusive Peer Learning & Augmented Reality in Higher Education is a groundbreaking intellectual output of the iPEAR project. This book serves as a comprehensive guide for educators and instructional designers, with the aim of revolutionizing pedagogy through the integration of peer collaboration and augmented reality technologies in the classroom or online. By providing a wealth of literature reviews, research findings, and illuminating case studies, it offers a detailed roadmap to a novel and more engaging approach to teaching and learning.
This meticulously structured book is divided into six enlightening chapters. Beginning with an exploration of the challenges faced in Higher Education and the iPEAR perspective in the introduction, it gradually unfolds the narrative. Chapter 2 delves into the intricate world of peer learning, dissecting its pros, cons, and contextual nuances within the realm of Higher Education. Chapter 3 provides readers with an eagle’s view, offering a semi-systematic literature review of the advantages, disadvantages, and contextual factors associated with augmentation in Higher Education.
Chapter 4 delves into the heart of the iPEAR project, providing a rationale for the research, presenting compelling findings, and showcasing real-world case studies that educators can draw inspiration from and implement in their professional practice. The critical elements of the pedagogical framework are meticulously detailed in Chapter 5, along with a practical checklist designed to guide educators in the creation of iPEAR assignments that are both effective and engaging.
As the book reaches its conclusion, Chapter 6 evaluates the intellectual outputs of the iPEAR project, offering speculation on future steps in light of the ever-evolving landscape of Artificial Intelligence. Appendices complement the book, providing readers with research questionnaires, an assessment framework, and valuable tools to help educators gauge their understanding of the iPEAR rationale, particularly in terms of their digital proficiency.
This book is a must-read for educators, instructional designers, and anyone passionate about redefining the future of education through the lens of augmented reality and collective inquiry.
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