Thursday, March 29
11:30 AM-12:00 PM
CEST
Edison A

Making the Invisible Visible: Evaluating the Use of Mixed Reality to Teach a Forgotten Local History – School Segregation - with Fifth Graders

Full Paper ID: 53141
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    David Hicks
    Virginia Tech
  2. Aaron Johnson
    University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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    Todd Ogle
    Virginia Tech
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    Thomas Tucker
    Virginia Tech
  5. Stephane van Hover
    UVA
  6. Eric Ragan
    Texas A & M
  7. Doug Bowman
    Virginia Tech

Abstract: In this paper, we report on a design based experiment on a mixed reality (an augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR)) application, called CI Spy. CI Spy was designed as a unit of instruction within a locally developed ambitious 5th grade curriculum, entitled My Place in Space and Time, to investigate a forgotten (hidden) local history through the derelict historic site of a former African American school, the Christiansburg Institute (CI).

Presider: Gabrielle Read Jasnoff, Transylvania University, University of Louisville

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