Training in Spatial Visualization: The Effects of Training Method and Gender

  title={Training in Spatial Visualization: The Effects of Training Method and Gender},
  author={Ahmad Rafi and Khairul Anuar Samsudin and Che Soh Said},
  journal={Educational Technology & Society},
This paper reports the findings from an experimental study involving thirty three secondary school students (mean age = 15.5 years) in spatial visualization (SV) training through an interactive desktop virtual environment spatial trainer (iDVEST). Stratified random sampling was used to assign students into two experimental groups and one control group. The first experimental group trained in interaction-enabled DVEST (i-DVEST), the second experimental group trained in animation-enhanced DVEST… CONTINUE READING


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