Learning Glass is a technology tool that records lectures and allows professors to write notes and annotate their slides while maintaining face-to-face contact with students. The instructor writes normally, left to right, then the recorded image is flipped so students can view the notes correctly through a monitor. Unlike traditional classrooms where the instructor’s back is to the students while writing on a whiteboard, the Learning Glass allows for a more interactive and engaging viewing experience.
Learning Glass refers to an interactive technology used for educational content delivery. While most of the adoption has been in college and university settings, K–12 institutions and private companies have started to adopt the technology. It has found use in online settings (synchronous or asynchronous), flipped classrooms, supplemental materials, and even live classroom settings.