Augmented reality reading program met with success in California

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At one California school, a new interactive reading program is having big results. The Lorena Falasco Elementary School in Los Banos, California, has been using a reading program developed from Logical Choice Technologies, a developer of education technology, and the initiative has been a big hit with the children at the school. Principal Jane Brittel believes that the program is having such a positive impact on students because it uses augmented reality as a way to tech. The program is called Letters Alive and is one of the first augmented…

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New augmented reality teaching tool could help students learn to read and write

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Logical Choice Technologies, developers of educational tools, have announced the release of a new product that will serve as supplemental reading curriculum for teachers. Called Letters Alive 2.0, the program makes use of augmented reality to make reading a more engaging experience for students. The program is designed for young students starting their education in literacy. These students may respond well to the program as its use of augmented reality makes learning more akin to a game. Letters Alive uses 3D and augmented reality technologies to project interactive images into…

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