Augmented Reality-Based 3D Instructional Environment to Improve the Technical Skills and Academic Achievements of the Students

Authors

Shakeel Ahmed
Department of eLearning and I.T, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia, and Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technologyand Informatics at University of Malaysia, Terengannu.
Dr. Mohamed Saad Eldin Mohamed, Associate Proffessor
Department Instructional technology, Faculty of Education at the University of New Valley, Egypt.

Abstract

The current research aims to identify the effect of different styles of augmented reality communication in three-dimensional e-learning environments to improve the technical skills and academic achievement of the students at the College of Computer Science, Jazan University, and the research sample consisted of 39 students in the Department of Information Technology and Security at Jazan University on three groups. Each group consists of 13 students, and the two researchers divided them into three experimental groups with a different pattern of communication in each group. The research came out with a set of results, the most important of which was – there is a statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) between the main achievement of the experimental groups for the research. Due to the basic effect of the communication pattern with augmented reality technology for the benefit of the group that combines the two types; synchronous and asynchronous communication, and there is a statistically significant difference at the level of (0.05) among the average skill performance of the experimental groups for the research is due to the basic effect of the communication pattern with augmented reality technology in favor of the group that combines the two types of synchronous and asynchronous communication.