Active Learning Outdoor the Classroom using Mobile Projection Sets

  1. Susumu Sawai, Information Research Center for Learning, Japan

Friday, June 23 11:30-11:50 AM

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In this paper, I emphasize that “mobile projection sets” are more comprehensive, and easier for young pupils to present and share notes, as compared to projectors or tablet devices within the active learning outdoor the classroom. Mobile projectors allow users to project digital imagery into physical space virtually anywhere and anytime.The process of evaluation are as follows: (1) Participants were explained that the task was to assess the selection of mobile projection system suitable for active learning outdoor the classroom. (2) A survey was implemented to evaluate, on each of 3 equipment, the 4 criteria, namely “display enlargement”, “ease of sharing knowledge”, “user-friendliness”, and “ease of presenting notes”. (3) The results of the questionnaire were evaluated using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) model.

ID
51257
Type
Brief Paper: Other
Topics
Cooperative/Collaborative Learning Interactive Learning Environments User Interface Design
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