The Development of STEM Literacy Using the Learning Process of Scientific Imagineering through AR

Somsak Techakosit, Prachyanun Nilsook

Abstract


The aim of this research was to 1) study the elements of STEM literacy for SIGAR and 2) study the development of STEM literacy by using SIGAR. The research methodology was divided into two phases: 1) reviewing literature on STEM literacy and studying each step of the SIGAR model. 2) Examining the suitability of the elements of STEM literacy and the development of STEM literacy by using SIGAR. The evaluation was undertaken by ten experts who hold doctoral degrees. The results showed that STEM literacy consisted of: 1) the ability to identify STEM problems, 2) the ability to seek new knowledge, 3) the application of the STEM concept, 4) the ability to solve problems using STEM, 5) the ability to communicate information relating to STEM, and 6) the ability to make decisions based on STEM. The experts also evaluated which step of SIGAR was most suitable for the development of the respective aspects of STEM literacy.

Keywords


STEM Literacy; Scientific Imagineering; Augmented Reality

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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