As part of an on-going research project, researchers at the University of Maryland will introduce a new technology for children’s STEM learning. The technology, a mobile app ARMath, is designed to help children discover and solve math problems in everyday life like identifying rectangular objects or performing addition.
ARMath uses cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies to automatically recognize the surrounding environment and create virtual math problems within it. In this workshop, children will experience a new type of STEM learning and have the opportunity to practice their math skills in an engaging way.
As part of UMD research, parents will need to sign consent forms.
Rising K-3rd grade