Erasmus Plus Key Action : 3D Visualisation for Learning in the Classroom with Mobile Phone Devices

eThe aim of this Erasmus+ project is to bridge the gap between the provision of traditional internet-based learning offer with the requirements of learners using mobile devices. So far we have been mainly offering online based eLearning with Learning Management Systems (such as Moodle) and webinars. As more and more of our learners are using mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets, the learning resources must be adapted to mobile learning. 3D Visualisation for Learning in the Classroom with Mobile Phone Devices is an Erasmus+ KA1 mobility project which shares    transnational training   of  staff of Skills International  engaged in adult education with staff of  Joanna Pinewood Education Limited.  Joanna Pinewood Education transfers skills and ideas from all its  fields of education.  More often we get our  best ideas working with  our naughtiest pupils and most difficult clients. We then  need to conceptualize those experiences and flashes of inspiration  so that they  can be used third hand. 

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More and more ICT skills are used to visualise learning and training. These animation tools  are due to new software. Here self health care is targeted in the home and family. Last month in the Edinburgh Erasmus + conference another animation was reviewed called "Digital Bridges" for the the training of play-workers caring for children. The animation scene seen was a video dissemination. When I rediscover that link I will add it. This "Digital Bridges" will be linked to an app and scenarios of play work and care of graphic children will be seen and learners will be able to create and predict next steps and learn through failure and success. The learners will be tested and have their training validated and credited for the child care diploma.

Digital Bridges and the health animation is a fine example of potential of learning and training developments and inspiration that can be developed between IT people and educators.

Animation visualising and teaching : How to have good posture when using the computer.

Future doctors could be taught with holograms. A medical school is partnering with Microsoft to bring their augmented-reality headsets to the classroom.