Ten steps to developing virtual reality applications for engineering education

@inproceedings{Bell1997TenST,
  title={Ten steps to developing virtual reality applications for engineering education},
  author={J. Bell and H. S. Fogler},
  year={1997}
}
In the early 1950's Benjamin Bloom [ 7 , in conjunction with other educators, developed a taxonomy of educational objectives ranging from simple memorization to complex evaluation, as outlined in Figure 1. Traditional teaching and testing methods tend to stress primarily the three lowest levels of Bloom's taxonomy -knowledge, comprehension, and application. These levels are easy to teach, comprehend, and evaluate, because problems based upon these levels tend to have a specific concrete answer… Expand
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