Mark DuBois
Professor Emeritus

Augmented Reality

Lesson Plan Published 1/27/15 Last updated on 5/16/18
Students use Adobe Premiere Clip to create an educational fact about any given year-level topic. Students use this clip as an overlay movie to act as an augmented reality display around the school.
Age Levels
1-2 Hours
Content Standards
Australian Curriculum
Custom Standards
Years 9 and 10 Band, Processes and Production skills: ACTDIP038 ACTDIP039 ACTDIP043 ACTDIP044 General Capabilities: Literacy ICT Critical and creative thinking Personal and social Ethical understanding Intercultural understanding
One iPad per group (2–3 students), Instructions, Adobe Photoshop Touch – iPad/iPhone app (free), Adobe Premiere Clip – iPad/iPhone app (free), Aurasma – iPad/iPhone app (free), Printer, Laminator (optional)
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Renee Agnew

Posted on 8/29/17 11:46:36 PM Permalink

​Excellent lesson plan - you've provided everything I need to get the students started with this project. Thanks and great work!!

Eden Carey

Posted on 8/30/17 12:54:53 AM Permalink

​Thanks Renee, much appreciated. I would love to see what your students come up with.

Ken Witkoe

Posted on 8/29/17 8:34:25 PM Permalink


I haven't used Premiere Clip, and don't have any classroom iPads. Can this be used on Android devices?

Also, where can I see an example of your students work? I'm having a hard time grasping what you are talking about.


Eden Carey

Posted on 8/30/17 1:02:52 AM Permalink

​Hi Ken, Adobe Premiere Cip is available on Android devices. I have regularly used Premiere Clip with my Secondary school students and students have no trouble in teaching themselves this app. It is very user friendly. There are not as many features available on the app that there are on the desktop application, Adobe Premiere Pro. However, for this activity the mobile app is sufficient. Unfortunately, i do not have an example to show for you. The main focus on this activity is for students to develop a fact, such as, 'Tasmania is a state located in Australia', and students project this fact onto a trigger image. So when students use this app it could appear around a building for students to find. I hope that clarifies things for you.

Ken Witkoe

Posted on 8/30/17 1:19:49 AM Permalink

Thanks, Edan. I appreciate the reply.

My problem is that I don't understand "project", "onto a trigger image". How does it "appear around a building? Do you have a resource that shows this example? YouTube or something?
​Thanks so much! :-)

Eden Carey

Posted on 8/30/17 3:13:09 AM Permalink

​I do not have a resource created for you to see, but please refer to this YouTube video i found, it may be some help for you.

Thank you for asking.

Trigger image: An image used to trigger a response, such as display an image, movie or text onto the device.

David Conover

Posted on 2/11/15 11:51:22 AM Permalink

Hello Eden,

Thanks for putting this out. I look forward to applying this in my classroom.

Eden Carey

Posted on 8/30/17 1:03:27 AM Permalink

​Thanks David :-)