Development of Learning Model with Augmented Reality Technology using Cognitive Apprenticeship to Enhance Spatial Ability in Packaging Design for Undergraduate Students
The purposes of this research were 1) to develop a model of augmented reality technology using cognitive apprenticeship to enhance spatial ability in packaging design, and 2) test the model. The subjects in model experiment were 25 students from Department of Communication Design, Thonburi Rajabhat University. The research results indicated that 1) the developed model consisted of seven components as follows Essence, Sequence of steps, Sociology, Instructor, learner, Media and technology and Assessment tools. There were three phases as follows Preparation steps include: Analyze the purpose, Set the purpose and Motivate students, Process include Teaching by oral presentations, Simple demonstrations and practice, Complex demonstrations and practice, Problem solving via given missions and Discussion. Evaluation process include Pre-evaluation, Formative evaluation and Summative evaluation. 2) The experimental results indicated that the subjects had a spatial ability post-test mean scores higher than pre-test mean scores at .05 level of significance. The evaluation results of learning from the packaging design showed that the learners had a standardized learning in the average level.
Augmented Reality, Cognitive Apprenticeship, Spatial Ability, Packaging Design
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