Institute of Education, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Jan 8 – July 7, 2018, Hosted by Brigid Barron, School of Education
Technological innovations in learning will not be truly successful until there is a pedagogical framework that supports their successful adoption in achieving learning goals, for example 21st century skills. Examples of possible technologies are virtual reality, augmented reality and learning analytics. My goal is to develop a new framework for using virtual and augmented reality in science education, to motivate learners and support their key competences. This framework will be supported by learning analytics and the further development of the technologies.