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Augmented Reality in Education and Learning

Explore –Journal of Research

                                    Peer Reviewed Journal

     ISSN 2278–0297 (Print)

                                                                                                ISSN 2278–6414 (Online)

                Vol. XIV No. 2, 2022

© Patna Women’s College, Patna, India

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Augmented Reality in Education and Learning

•Bhawna Sinha • Ajit Singh

Received               : April 2022

Accepted               : May 2022

Corresponding Author   : Ajit Singh

Abstract : Technologies are changing and ever-growing. One of the newest developing technologies is augmented reality (AR), which can be applied to many existing technologies, such as computers, tablets, smartphones, and glasses. AR systems positively affect students’ motivation and cognitive learning. They help to develop their spatial and psychomotor-cognitive skills. AR can provide hints and feedback visually, auditorily, or seasonally to improve students’ experiences. Through these features, AR systems can be integrated into teachers’ lecture notes. Thus, the abstract information to be taught can be conveyed to the students in a concrete way.

Using AR in the classroom can improve learning by helping educators create interactive classrooms that

increase student engagement. AR technology can also be utilized through wearable components like glasses. Throughout this review paper on AR, the following aspects are discussed: research explored, theoretical foundations, applications in education, challenges, reactions, and implications. Several different types of AR devices and applications are discussed at length. An in-depth analysis is done on several studies that have implemented AR technology in an educational setting.

Keywords : Augmented Reality, Learning and Development, Educator, Flow Theory, Just-in-Time Learning

Bhawna Sinha

MCA Department,

Patna Women’s College, India

 

Ajit Singh

Computer Science Dept,

Patna Women’s College, India