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AR tech empowers Europe’s educators and students for transformative learning.

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A new article from Tech.eu News explores how augmented reality (AR) technology is being used in European classrooms to empower both educators and students. The article highlights the potential of AR to create a more inclusive learning experience, increase student engagement, and improve memory retention. Traditional textbooks, which have changed very little in the past decade, are being transformed into interactive, AR-activated learning materials. AR allows students to read traditional passages of text while also experiencing the benefits of digital media, such as interactive 3D models and immersive experiences. The article references academic research that supports the idea that AR technology can enhance student focus and memory retention and make complex subjects easier to understand. While AR has been around for years, recent technological advancements and the proliferation of mobile devices have made it more accessible and cost-effective for educators and publishers. Platforms like Ludenso have helped reduce the cost of AR content production by around 90% and have created user-friendly authoring tools that simplify the creation of AR books. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of schools and governments adopting a research-based approach to integrating AR technology into the classroom and preparing students for the future.

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