Collaborative Embodied Learning in Mixed Reality Motion-Capture Environments: Two Science Studies.

@inproceedings{JohnsonGlenberg2014CollaborativeEL,
  title={Collaborative Embodied Learning in Mixed Reality Motion-Capture Environments: Two Science Studies.},
  author={Mina Johnson-Glenberg and David Birchfield and Lisa M. Tolentino and Tatyana Koziupa},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mina Johnson-Glenberg, David Birchfield, +1 author Tatyana Koziupa
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • These 2 studies investigate the extent to which an Embodied Mixed Reality Learning Environment (EMRELE) can enhance science learning compared to regular classroom instruction. Mixed reality means that physical tangible and digital components were present. The content for the EMRELE required that students map abstract concepts and relations onto their gestures and movements so that the concepts would become grounded in embodied action. The studies compare an immersive, highly interactive… CONTINUE READING

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