EXPLORATION ON THE AFFECTIVE STATES AND LEARNING DURING AN AUGMENTED REALITY SESSION

Pavlina PANTEVA, Malinka IVANOVA

Abstract


The gained results from an experiment with teachers from primary school related to the influence of Augmented Reality (AR) technology on affective states and learning are presented. Positive and negative emotions are important part in teachers’ preparation of pedagogical content, curriculum development and relationship creation with children. According to the teacher’s pedagogical strategy and presented content different emotions could be induced to pupils. The findings point that AR technology based learning objects play an important role to settle emotions and feelings like concern, attentiveness, enthusiasm, excitement, activeness, creativity (with new idea), joy.


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