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Álvaro Molina Ayuso (IES Santa Rosa de Lima)
3rd Scientix Conference - Brussels, 4-6 May 2018

The use of immersive virtual reality in the Mathematics classroom

Index

1. VR in Math classes

2. CoSpaces
3. Definition
4. CoSpaces Edu example
Virtual museum
4.1 Video and QR code
4.2 How to do that

5. How to plan the project

5.1 Project stages
5.2 Different options to create
6. Other examples
7. Conclusion


Creating with Cospaces

A new point of view to work and learn about Irrational numbers.

We use numbers to create a new world.

VR in Math classes, why?

Golden ratio

Cordovan proportion

Immersion into VR is a perception of being phisically present in a non-physical world.

With CoSpaces Edu, teachers and students can create virtually any thing in the classroom

Immersive Virtual Reality

Three Rooms:
- Golden ratio
- Cordovan proportion
-.Irrational numbers


A virtual museum about Irrational numbers

Creating with Cospaces

"When Coding, students are not just learning to program, they develop design strategies that carry over to non-programing domains"

Mitchel Resnick

Stage 1

Introduction. Master class about Irrational numbers and its pressence in art and nature.

Stage 2

Research project. Look for information about irrational numbers in local architecture and nature.

Stage 3

Create a final product: presentation, video, collaborative map, VR museum.

How to plan the project

ASSESMENT

The 7 bridges of Königsberg. A virtual presentation

World problems.

Create a scene:


  • Expose a world problem
  • Share the scene with QR
  • Scan codes
  • Visit and solve as much problems as possible.

The Educational Technology is a resource to create, to become a maker.

VR resources as a new way to express themselves: new possibilitites to create new contents.

Computational Thinking offers students and teachers new strategies for everyday work on STEM Education.

The Educational Technology is a resource to create, to become a maker.

VR resources as a new way to express themselves: new possibilitites to create new contents.

Computational Thinking offers students and teachers new strategies for everyday work on STEM Education.

Seymour Papert

"The role of a teacher is to create the conditions for invention rather than provide ready-made knowledge"

Thank you very much!

@molinaayuso