Towards an Open Learning Environment via Augmented Reality (AR): Visualising the Invisible in Science Centres and Schools for Teacher Education

Hannu Salmi, Arja Kaasinen, Veera Kallunki
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The pedagogical principle of this research was making the invisible observable by Augmented Reality [AR]. Smallscale exhibits are bridging the gap between formal education and informal learning. The data (292 teachers) was analysed research tool New Educational Models or Paradigms (NEMP) with 27 items. Three dimensions: a) The identity -education, b) Changes in the learning environment, and c) the Innovative approach applied in the process. The main outcomes were 1. From a teacher-controlled
more » ... rning towards a pupil-orientated learning; 2. Connecting of ICT-AR with and between learning environments; and 3. Changes in roles and responsibilities of students and teachers.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.565 fatcat:ng6vpkl44jaufizjl4s5xgsogi