An instructional strategy based on integration between augmented reality and geogebra to develop achievement in mathematics and visual-spatial perception among first-grade middle school pupils

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Abstract

The research aimed to use a teaching strategy based on the integration between Augmented Reality and Geogebra to develop achievement in mathematics and visual spatial visualization among the first grade preparatory students.  Sample of the research consisted of (147) of the first grade preparatory students. Participants were assigned to four groups, three of which were experimental and one was a control group .The first experimental group was taught using augmented reality program BuildAR Editor, the second experimental group was taught using software that was designed using the Geogebra program, and the third experimental group was taught using a strategy of integration between augmented reality BuildAR Editor and Geogebra.


 the researcher designed a number of 21 videos using a virtual reality program, and 22 programs using geo- Geogebra to teach the geometry and measurement unit according to the experimental design of the research. The researcher prepared, also, an achievement test and a visual spatial visualization test, and verified their reliability and reliability.


The results showed that there was a statistically significant difference between the mean scores of the third experimental group and the mean scores of the rest of the research groups, in favor of the third experimental group. The results showed, also, that the best effective group was the third group followed by the second group and then the first group. In light of the research findings, the researcher recommends the use of the strategy of integration between Augmented Reality and Geogebra.

Published
2020-12-15
How to Cite
ADMIN, edu. An instructional strategy based on integration between augmented reality and geogebra to develop achievement in mathematics and visual-spatial perception among first-grade middle school pupils. Scientific Journal of the Faculty of Education - Damietta University, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 72, p. 45, dec. 2020. Available at: <http://publication.du.edu.eg/journal/ojs302design/index.php/edu/article/view/2566>. Date accessed: 13 may 2021.