Google Glass & Education


wpid-Photo-21-Jan-2014-1943.jpgAs new technological advancements are announced, many educators will raise an interested eye-brow and wonder how they will be able to integrate the technology within their classroom - others will cynically dismiss; seeing the advancement as another gimmick. So, many minds would have wondered about the capability of Google Glass in the classroom when it was displayed to the world during 2013 - how can this technology have an impact in the classroom? Although not yet released in the UK, educators in the USA are already starting to experiment with the features of this technology, with examples of captures from Google Glass shared by Jonathan Schmid, the Director of Technology and Innovation at @MeadowbrookMA school in Massachusetts.

Initially being used within Science learning, the school is only a couple days in, but so far the technology is being used for observation, some activities planned, and seeing what a student sees. Could this be the future of teacher observation - recorded from a pupil perspective? Click on the images below to view original tweets from Jonathan Schmid.



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