Lindsay Fell on episode 395 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast
From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis
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Lindsay Fell does so many exciting things with her students using augmented reality — talking artwork, using apps to bring in printing presses and other techniques. If you want to understand the pedagogy and purpose of augmented reality in the classroom, this is the conversation for you.
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Lindsay Fell Bio As Submitted
I currently teach elementary art at Parkway Elementary in the Bryant School District in Arkansas. I previously taught in the regular elementary classroom for 13 years. I am a firm believer that creative classrooms can transform the way students acquire education and how they apply it in their lives. With the right mix of creativity in our classrooms we can make a better world for our students.
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