Augmented reality as a tool in creative development of future education professionals
Катерина Валеріївна Лешко
Kharkiv Humanitarian-Pedagogical Academy
Лариса Леонідівна Рикова
Kharkiv Humanitarian-Pedagogical Academy
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Keywords

vocational and cognitive activity
mobile learning tools
augmented reality

How to Cite

Лешко, К., & Рикова, Л. (2019). Augmented reality as a tool in creative development of future education professionals. New Computer Technology, 17, 76-81. Retrieved from https://ccjournals.eu/ojs/index.php/nocote/article/view/948
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Abstract

This study aims at elucidation of the mobile learning impact in the future education professionals’ vocational and cognitive activity. Specific research objectives of this study are to reveal the essence of the “vocational and cognitive activity” and “mobile learning tools” in the context of the future education specialists’ professional training. The object of research is a future education professionals’ vocational and cognitive activity. The subject of research is mobile learning tools as a tools for future education professionals’ vocational and cognitive activity. This work describes how mobile learning technologies, and the use of augmented reality in particular, affect the process of creative learning. Here, the experience in introduction of mobile learning technologies at the Kharkiv Humanitarian and Pedagogical Academy is described. The potential of mobile learning as a principal classroom tool in establishing a positive vocational and cognitive activity environment for future education professionals is also discussed. Specifically, the informatics tutorials using augmented reality with Aurasma and learning quests using “bring your own device” (BYOD) have been developed.

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