Tuesday, March 30
1:45 PM-2:45 PM
Room 2

Virtual Reality & Extended Reality: Possibilities, Problems, and Priorities for Teacher Educators

Panel (Live Presentation) ID: 58691
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    Jason Trumble
    University of Central Arkansas
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    Theresa Cullen
    Arkansas Tech University
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    Nick Lux
    Montana State University
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    Matt Caratachea
    Goochland County Public Schools, VCU
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    Monty Jones
    Virginia Commonwealth University

Abstract: Virtual Reality and Extended Reality (AR/XR) devices are flooding the consumer market and are making connections to classrooms. We have seen an influx of curriculum designed for K-12 learners as well as more complex applications for training professionals. With the speed of change and innovation that we are seeing with XR/VR, it is imperative to discuss teacher education and the possibilities and problems posed by these technologies. Additionally, we need to position ourselves and research in the ever-evolving context of learning with these new technologies. This panel includes experts who are researching and designing in VR/XR in relation to both K-12 and Teacher Education. We will discuss ongoing and future research focused on how Teacher Educators can view, react to, create within, and implement VR/XR technologies.

No presider for this session.


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