Exploring learning behavior transformation patterns in an AR English system: A study of gender differences
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Original versionHuang, Wu T, Huang, Sandnes FE. Exploring learning behavior transformation patterns in an AR English system: A study of gender differences. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2018;11003 LNCS:433-442 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-99737-7_46
The aim of this research is to explore learners' learning behavior differences in a customized augmented reality (AR) English learning system (CARELS) by analyzing the learners' behavioral history. The results show that male learners lost the scan directions of AR learning targets more often than female learners, while female learners learning in one AR target was more careful and detailed compared to male learners. One implication of these results is that researchers should consider the gender difference, and give adaptive feedback or teaching materials when designing this type of AR English learning system.