Development Supplementary Media on Electrical Circuits with AR Technology via Mobile Learning

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Samran Lertkonsarn
chadarat khwunnak


The purposes of this research are to develop supplementary media on electrical circuits using the AR technology via mobile learning and to evaluate the performance of the proposed media via mobile phones by comparing the learning proficiency results of electrical engineering students before and after used.

                In this research, there were 35 students who studied in electrical engineering and currently took the course on “electrical circuit” at Pitchayabundit College, Udon Thani, Thailand, for a semester (about 4 months). The proposed media was used for the course where the students were allowed to use mobile phones in the class all the time. The proficiency tests in terms of effectiveness and learning achievement were analyzed statistically. The experimental test results showed that effectiveness of the proposed supplementary media on electrical circuit course with AR technology was better with the rate of 80.07/82.28 (E1/E2). The learning achievement was evaluated via the pre-test and post- test, which revealed higher score by 9.49% when using the proposed media for the class. 


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Samran Lertkonsarn, Pitchayabundit College

Pitchayabundit College, Thailand


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