Towards the Development of Emotions through the Use of Augmented Reality for the Improvement of Teaching-Learning Processes

Benjamín Maraza-Quispe, Olga Melina Alejandro-Oviedo, Kelly Shirley Llanos-Talavera, Walter Choquehuanca-Quispe, Simón Angel Choquehuayta-Palomino, Nicolas Esleyder Caytuiro-Silva

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Abstract

This research aims to determine how the use of Augmented Reality technology propiciates learning achievements through generate emotions in students. The metodology used for development of this research was the selection and application of ARToolKit open-source software, specialized in augmented reality implementation, after that, we implemented a 3D model on the topic “Cell Biology” developed in “Unity3D”. A Likert scale test according to main emotions is applied to a sample of 50 students selected through simple random sampling from a total population of 100 students. The sample is divided into two groups, 25 students for the experimental group and 25 students for the control group. In experimental group, Augmented Reality will be used during three learning sessions. In control group Augmented Reality is not used. In both cases the Likert scale test will be applied after each learning session. At the end of the three learning sessions, a competency-based evaluation is applied according to selected criteria. The results show that 80% of the 25 students in the experimental group improved their academic performance with respect to the control group, which maintained a standard average academic performance of 50%. In conclusion, we can say that the use of Augmented Reality technology in the development of sessions in teaching-learning process, generate emotions in students who are enable to improve their learnings.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)56-63
Number of pages8
JournalInternational Journal of Information and Education Technology
Volume13
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2023

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Keywords

  • Augmented
  • e-learning
  • emotions
  • learning
  • reality
  • teaching

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