Del Texto a la Realidad Aumentada: una investigación de la motivación de los estudiantes para aprender temas de historia para la escuela secundaria.

  • Fariza Khalid Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • Farhana Nor Shuhada Muhammad Pozi Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Palabras clave: Realidad del argumento, Motivación, Historia, Tecnología, aprendizaje significativo.

Resumen

La historia es un tema al que los estudiantes pueden resistirse debido a la naturaleza del contenido y la longitud de los textos involucrados. Los estudios también han demostrado que para este tema, a los estudiantes les resulta difícil memorizar hechos y eventos. Sin embargo, las tecnologías pueden ayudar a mejorar el aprendizaje de los estudiantes, si se diseñan de manera significativa. La Realidad Aumentada (AR) se ha utilizado ampliamente en muchas áreas para mejorar el aprendizaje y la comprensión de los estudiantes. Una de las ventajas de AR es que ofrece una forma divertida de aprender y también activa la motivación de los alumnos para aprender temas abstractos. Este estudio tiene como objetivo examinar los desafíos que enfrentan los estudiantes en el aprendizaje de la historia y sus puntos de vista sobre el uso de materiales de aprendizaje basados ​​en AR en la historia. Este único estudio de caso involucró a un grupo de cuatro estudiantes de forma (estudiantes de secundaria de 16 años) que obtuvieron menos del 40 por ciento durante la evaluación de principios de año. Los datos para esta investigación se recopilaron a través de entrevistas semiestructuradas uno a uno con todos los encuestados. Los hallazgos indican factores que hicieron del aprendizaje de la Historia un desafío para los estudiantes. Sin embargo, los estudiantes mostraron comentarios positivos sobre el uso del folleto basado en AR. Este documento analiza los beneficios del material basado en AR para mejorar la participación de los estudiantes, así como las limitaciones de la integración basada en AR en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje. Los resultados de este estudio también destacan la importancia de las actividades de aprendizaje diseñadas por educadores para garantizar que las actividades planificadas tengan un impacto positivo en el aprendizaje significativo de los estudiantes.

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Publicado
2019-09-30
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Fariza Khalid, & Farhana Nor Shuhada Muhammad Pozi. (2019). Del Texto a la Realidad Aumentada: una investigación de la motivación de los estudiantes para aprender temas de historia para la escuela secundaria. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 303-311. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/543