By Yiyu Cai
3D know-how isn't new; study on 3D begun again in early Sixties. yet in contrast to in prior occasions, 3D expertise has now speedily entered our lifestyle from cinema to workplace to domestic. utilizing 3D for schooling is a brand new but hard job. This ebook will current numerous leading edge efforts utilizing 3D for immersive and interactive studying overlaying a large spectrum of schooling together with proficient application, common (technical) circulation, and specified wishes schooling. The publication also will proportion adventure on curriculum-based 3D studying in school room atmosphere and co-curriculum-based 3D scholar examine tasks.
The booklet is prepared as follows. bankruptcy 1 introduces the basics of 3D academic expertise and their functions in immersive and interactive studying. bankruptcy 2 discusses using digital truth in instructing and studying of Molecular Biology. bankruptcy three offers the daVinci Lab @ River Valley highschool. bankruptcy four describes the 3D schooling improvement procedure. bankruptcy five experiences the adaption 3D process for studying profits in reduce secondary general (technical) circulate. bankruptcy 6 investigates the consequences of digital fact expertise on spatial visualization abilities. bankruptcy 7 showcases a sabbatical application for college kids to exploit 3D for technological know-how, know-how, Engineering and arithmetic (STEM) studying. bankruptcy eight stocks using 3D digital red dolphin to aid certain schooling. The foreword of this e-book is written through Dr Cheah Horn Mun, Director, schooling know-how department, Ministry of schooling, Singapore.
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02). 03). This means that the intervention effect of visualization in Molecular Biology resulted in significantly higher achievement measures for the experimental group overall. S. Tan and R. 3 Two-way ANCOVA results of achievement measured in Logits in control and experimental groups Source Type III sum of squares df Mean square F Sig. 95) Examination of pretest and posttest differences in achievement between genders yielded mixed results. 90). 01). Therefore, while the interaction effects are not statistically significant in the case of female participants, the intervention for visualization in Molecular Biology produces improvement in male participants and overall in the study.
This means that the spatial visualization skills of the students taught using the “Chalk and Talk” method were significantly better at the end of the experiment compared to the beginning. 29. The items were initially developed in the United States of America under a True Score Theory measurement paradigm and this can be a problem with Rasch measurement. The main problem appears to be the poor targeting of the items against the range of student measures, because there are insufficient items at the high end of the scale to target the students with better spatial visualization skills.
We not only understand the topic better, but the visualization exercises helped me look forward to learning more, because learning has been made easier in this field and even more interesting. The close-up of Molecular Biology through 3D visualization exercises was most useful as they provided me with a clearer understanding of molecular structures. The visualization exercises were most useful in that the animations allowed me to better grasp the processes taught step-by-step, as compared to static visuals or 2D animations by viewing the processes from a new perspective.