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Title: Structuring augmented reality information on the stemua. science
Authors: Shapovalov, Viktor
Atamas, Artem
Bilyk, Zhanna
Shapovalov, Yevhenii
Uchitel, Aleksandr
Keywords: кафедра харчової хімії
augmented reality
доповнена реальність
methodical materials
методичні матеріали
STEM-approach of education
STEM-підхід до освіти
systematization
систематизація
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Structuring Augmented Reality Information on the stemua. science / V.Shapovalov, A. Atamas, Z. Bilyk et all // Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Augmented Reality in Education (AREdu 2018). - 2018. - Vol. 2257. - Р. 75–86.
Abstract: It is demonstrated that one of the conditions for successful scientific and pedagogical work is exchanging of methodical materials, including with using of augmented reality. We propose to classify approaches of placing methodical materials on closed, open and open-moderated types. One of the important benefits of a closed type is the high quality of the methodical material, but it’s limited by amount of material and the lack of exchange opportunities that are problems, and there are no open-moderated resources in the Ukrainian language. The aim of this article is to analyze approaches of systematization of methodical material with using of augmented reality and recommend using of STEMUA for systematization of them. It is shown that STEMUA allows teachers to develop methodical material and place it on this platform. The platform automatically organizes methodical material in the database. Consequently, the platform is satisfying the methodical needs of Ukrainian teachers for material with using of complementary reality in the teaching. It is recommended for teachers and methodists to provide development and methodical materials with using of augmented reality and add them to the platform database.
URI: http://dspace.nuft.edu.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/30091
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