Summary of Learning
Well here we are at the end of our course. I am sharing my summary of learning here. It was created with Metaverse augmented reality software and requires that you download the Metaverse app on your phone or tablet in order to operate it.
First – download the Metaverse app. The image below shows you what to look for in your app store.
Second- Click on the link here https://mtvrs.io/PastelHonorableMegalosaurus
This will take you to my Summary of Learning or to a QR code you can scan in the Metaverse app with your phone or tablet.
Thirdly, if you are not already in my Summary of Learning, open the app and click scan code at the top of the screen. Scan the QR code and you will be there.
I have created an interactive journey that involves Augmented Reality. Sometimes you will be asked to take photos of certain things based on clues to progress, this app utilizes Google’s AI to check if you have taken a photo of the correct thing.
The quest is set up so that you have to collect four of my thoughts about EC&I834 by doing four quick activities. These activities bring you to information about my learnings in the course. Once you have completed each challenge and viewed information (videos, websites, text responses) about my learnings in the course, you are asked if you have collected all four thoughts. If you have not you are sent back to keep questing. If you say you have the program checks if this is true and if it is you are able to take a selfie and post your picture on the Wall of Victors. I am looking forward to seeing some of your photos there.
I found that Metaverse had a lot of interesting capabilities and I enjoyed watching videos of other people’s creations and learning from their work to create mine. It is a diverse tool. The challenge however is that it is quite glitchy. The app freezes unexpectedly or in frames where an item or text box is included it will not show up. If you are perusing my tool and the screen is blank there should be something there. If you touch the screen the navigation buttons on the bottom of the page will likely come up and you can go on.
I would recommend Metaverse as a tool for simple classroom challenges and interactive activities but I would warn against putting too much time into developing something that may not work smoothly in the end. Overall, I am glad that I played with it as I reflected on my learning in this interesting course. Thank you all for your input and your role in making the course an amazing experience.