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GCHSS Students Create AR Tools For Teachers

Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School (GCHSS) in Naxxar is thrilled to announce the successful culmination of a three-year Erasmus+ project focused on developing Augmented Reality (AR) resources for educators.



This innovative initiative introduces a new way for teachers to engage students, fostering interactive and immersive learning experiences in both physical and virtual classrooms.


The Augmented Reality Toolkit for Sustainable Education (ARTse) project leveraged AR technology to enhance traditional teaching methods, addressing important EU priorities of sustainability and digitalization. Educators and developers from multiple countries collaborated to create a suite of innovative AR tools.


Key highlights of the Erasmus+ ARTse project include engaging AR content, professional development for educators, customizable learning experiences, a collaborative learning environment, and global accessibility.





Head of school, Anna Spiteri Meilak, expressed excitement about the project’s completion, highlighting AR’s potential to revolutionize teaching methods and make education more interesting for students.


GCHSS remains committed to supporting educators and will continue refining and expanding its AR resources based on feedback for ongoing enhancement of the educational experience.