Capstone Project Title
Research has shown that the number of students using cellphones for school is increasing and there are many positive reasons to use apps and other technology to help students in their learning. The needs of the 21st century students are changing and educators need to meet those needs by planning engaging lessons with more technology to better prepare students for life after high school. This project will help address the question, does the use of cell phones outdoors by 12th grade experiential environmental education students have a positive effect on the learning process? This curriculum guide is designed for a 12th grade outdoor experiential science education class to integrate more technology into the field. Students will use technology by designing and use an augmented reality app to help with native tree identification along with traditional methods of identifying trees and making maple syrup.
Environmental Studies, Science
Evertz, Chase, "Integrating Augmented Reality Into Place Based Native Tree Identification" (2019). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 359.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects