Capture your students’ musical creativity and share it with your school community by creating an interactive display. In this episode – part two of a two-part series – I talk about the ways you can use augmented reality via the HP Reveal app (formerly known as Aurasma) to add a Harry Potter-style video element to bulletin boards, posters and worksheets.
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Did you miss part 1 of this podcast? You can listen to it here.
Links mentioned in this episode
- HP Aurasma app (also known as HP Reveal)
- Cherie Herring’s – Flipped Classroom Resources
- Cherie Herring’s blog post – Aurasma in the Music Classroom
- Mr. Sanford-Casey – excellent examples of Aurasma use in music education
- Mrs. Dennis – performance examples – elementary classes – wall display (includes parent instructions example)
- Augmented Reality Meets Music Education – an article about Mrs. Dennis using Aurasma
- Mrs. Dennis blog post: Aurasma in the Music Room
- Shelley Tomich from Pitch Publications – Aurasma in the Music Classroom
- Quick Aurasma how-to video
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