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  • Update about EduGlasses and its AMAZING success!!!

          

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    With the help of EduGlasses and Google over the past year, I have been exploring the use cases of Google glass in the elementary Classroom and have seen exponential growth across all grade levels just using this amazing piece of classroom EdTech.  This growth has even spawned Florida State, Florida Gulf Coast University, and other […]

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  • Google Glass and wearables in education from a developer’s perspective

          

    The objective of the project was to explore educational technology applications in math skills for the Google Glass. The project was successful in serving as a base for an early education math skills game. Mathy is able to generate equations with parameterized values making it simple to tweak the generated equations for users with diverse […]

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  • School Year has Begun!!!

          

    This week in the school has slowed down a little, but has been extremely enhanced through using the EduGlasses platform.   Over the course of the past week, we have been studying the scientific method and I developed my own Jeopardy game for the class to review prior concepts.   I applied this to the […]

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  • Glass in Class

          

    It seems reports of Google Glass’ death have been greatly exaggerated. The search giant, which scrapped an early version of its internet-connected smart glasses in January, has developed a second model just for businesses and classrooms The new Google Glass allows the mini-computer, which is faster, to be attached to different glasses via a button-and-hinge […]

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