Incorporating peephole interactions into children's second language learning activities on mobile devices

@inproceedings{McNally2014IncorporatingPI,
  title={Incorporating peephole interactions into children's second language learning activities on mobile devices},
  author={Brenna McNally and Mona Leigh Guha and Leyla Norooz and Emily Rhodes and Leah Findlater},
  booktitle={IDC},
  year={2014}
}
Physical movement has the potential to enhance learning activities. To investigate how movement can be incorporated into children's mobile language learning, we designed and evaluated two versions of a German vocabulary game called Scenic Words. The first version used movementbased dynamic peephole navigation, which requires physical movement of the arms, while the second version used touchbased static peephole navigation, which only requires standard touchscreen interactions; static peepholes… CONTINUE READING

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