عنوان مقاله [English]
Augmented Reality (AR) technology, potentially adds a new feature to the range of traditional student books. This study aims to evaluate the effect of interactive augmented reality based education on the learning and remembering of the content of textbooks. Therefore, an experimental study in the pre-test and post-test quasi-experimental framework was performed on two groups of 18 sixth grade elementary school students. For this purpose, two scenarios have been selected from student science book and implemented in an interactive augmented reality application. The control group was trained through traditional teaching method. On the other hand, in addition to the traditional teaching method, the experiment group’s training was reinforced with the AR application. Students'' learning and remembering evaluation was carried out through two tests. The validity of tests confirmed by the teachers of science in Education District 2 of Tabriz and their reliability has been calculated through Cronbach''s alpha. Then, the results of T-test showed a significant statistical difference between the control and experimental groups. Finally, according to the results of the experiments and the comparative review of the theoretical subjects, the use of augmented reality technology has been reported as a useful and effective supplemental tool for textbooks.
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