Effectivity of Augmented Reality as Media for History Learning

Indah Wahyu Puji Utami, Ismail Lutfi, Slamet Sujud Purnawan Jati, Muhammad Yusuf Efendi

Abstract


Augmented Reality (AR) as a learning media has a very great potential to help students learn history, including Indonesian ancient history. AR gave the opportunity for students to learn heritages from Indonesian’s ancient history, i.e. from Singhasari period, by scanning a marker that would show a 3D model in their smartphone screen. This research focussing on the effectivity of AR as media for history learning by comparing students’ score in a pre-test – post-test design. 30 students from 10th grade at a vocational high school involved in this quasi-experiment. Overall, the AR is effective as history learning media in improving students’ score.

Keywords


augmented reality; media; history learning

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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