Augmented Reality Mobile Learning System: Study to Improve PSTs’ Understanding of Mathematical Development
Keywords:mobile systems, augmented reality, understanding mathematics, geometry trans-formation
Augmented Reality research in mobile learning systems so far have not especially to improve Preservice Students Teachers' (PSTs) geometry understanding in mathematical development. Studies conducted in this study basically use a case study. This research aims to develop a mobile augmented reality system for PSTs learning so that it can be used to improve PSTs understanding of mathematics development includes doing, image-making, an image having, property noticing, formalizing, observing, structuring and inventing. In this development, PSTs can understand the understanding of the geometry transformation is a translation, reflection, rotation, and dilatation.
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