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Iberian Cultures and Augmented Reality: Studies in Elementary School Education and Initial Teacher Training

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Augmented reality (AR) allows an educational application that promotes and makes possible a series of interactions in the classroom. In this chapter, we explored the opportunities of integrating augmented reality applications into elementary school education in Spain. The process was centered on the exploration of figures through augmented reality devices—the group work was focused on pre-Roman artworks, trying to identify their characteristics. We also applied this approach to higher education, namely to initial teacher training in Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain. We concluded that our approach brings curiosity and satisfaction to the students, and also enhances their motivation because of its active and collaborative nature.

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Saez-Lopez, JM., Cozar-Gutierrez, R. (2020). Iberian Cultures and Augmented Reality: Studies in Elementary School Education and Initial Teacher Training. In: Geroimenko, V. (eds) Augmented Reality in Education. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-42156-4_13

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