Mobile Learning Programs for Spatial Decision Making

Marija Troyanskaya, Yuliya Tyurina, Natalia Morgunovа, Liudmila Nemtyreva, Ruzimurat Choriyev

Abstract


The proliferation of mobile devices and easy internet access open up a huge number of opportunities for many people around the world. Anywhere anytime learning is one of these opportunities. Despite the prevalence of mobile learning, it is not always possible to find a convenient application that covers several areas. The uniqueness of the research is the development of an application that could become an excellent solution for studying several academic disciplines and developing spatial skills on the example of a certain subject. As a result, an application model that allows studying geometry, physics, chemistry, geography, economics and social studies has been developed; these are the disciplines that most involve spatial thinking. Spatial skills are taught based on two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects, animation, images, maps. The use of augmented reality technology to increase the effectiveness of teaching spatial thinking has been considered. The model implementation allows using the app for independent activities and educational purposes.

Keywords


distance education; mobile app; mobile learning; spatial thinking

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