Developing a smart classroom infrastructure to support real-time student collaboration and inquiry

K-12 classroom settings are not yet incorporating emerging technologies such as ubiquitous computing, augmented reality, nor touch surfaces. James Slotta discusses a series of design-based research projects to investigate a smart classroom infrastructure that scaffolds students and teachers in new forms of collaboration and inquiry, including a substantive role for large projected displays and small touch surfaces.

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