Design and Development of Augmented Reality Teaching Kit: In TVET Learning Context

 
 
 
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    Due to the recent development of computer power and information technology, augmented reality (AR) is commonly found to be one of the interactive experience of a real-world environment refers to the objects are augmented by computer generated information. Previously, there is a number of studies have discussed the importance of AR technologies in various domain, engineering, design. However, it is less focused on integrated the development of AR as a teaching aid kit for specific engineering subjects (Welding Technology).  This study proposes a development of  AR teaching kit using ADDIE models, which aimed to  exhibit required skills for the specific welding technology task. An expert survey is conducted to evaluate the usability of the teaching kit  based on the given score. Based on finding shows the positive usability score obtained from the expert validation. This AR teaching kit may facilitate teachers throughout the teaching and learning process.

     

     


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    Teaching kits, Augmented Reality, ADDIE Model, Expert Evaluation, Usability Testing

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Article ID: 24791
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v8i1.1.24791




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