A Classroom Deployment of a Haptic System for Learning Cell Biology

@inproceedings{Tokatli2018ACD,
  title={A Classroom Deployment of a Haptic System for Learning Cell Biology},
  author={Ozan Tokatli and Megan Tracey and Faustina Hwang and Natasha Barrett and Chris Jones and Ros Johnson and Mary Webb and William Harwin},
  booktitle={EuroHaptics},
  year={2018}
}
The use of haptic systems in the classroom for enhancing science education is an underexplored area. In the education literature, it has been reported that certain concepts in science education are difficult for students to grasp and, as a result, misconceptions can be formed in the students’ knowledge. We conducted a study with 62 Year 8 (typically 12-13 years old) students who used a haptic application to study cell biology, specifically the concept of diffusion across a cell membrane. The… CONTINUE READING
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