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AR Learning Environment Integrated with EIA Inquiry Mode
Augmented reality (AR), the technology of integrating virtual objects with the real world, has the following three defining characteristics: (a) Combines real and virtual objects in a real environment; (b) Runs interactively and synchronously; (c) Registers real and virtual objects with each other. Based on these characteristics, AR has been proven to have great potential educational affordances which are especially useful in the sciences, including spatial ability, practical skills, scientific inquiry learning, and conceptual understanding.
1. AR Experimental Environment of Primary School Science
2. Scientific Literacy
3. Cognitive Load
4. Scientific Inquiry Model
This entry is adapted from 10.3390/su132212787
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