Effects of Mobile Augmented Reality and Self-Regulated Learning on Students’ Concept Understanding
Keywords:Mobile Learning, Augmented Reality, Self-Regulated Learning, Students' Concept Understanding
This study examines the effect of mobile augmented reality and self-regulated learning on students' concept understanding. This is a quasi-research design comprising of a pre and posttest non-equivalent control group. Data were collected from 91 students divided into two groups. The self-regulated learning instrument uses a four-point Likert scale and 20 multiple-choice test items to understand the concepts. The results showed that mobile augmented reality and high self-regulated learning abilities had a better understanding concept when compared to the use of textbooks
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