A Systematic Review of Augmented Reality In Mathematics Education In The Last Decade
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Keywords:Augmented reality, interactive learning environments, mathematics education, systematic review
The goal of the study is to examine a comprehensive review of research involving augmented reality (AR) in mathematics teaching during the previous 10 years. For this purpose, the research was conducted using a systematic review technique. It synthesized a set of 60 articles from 2012 to 2021. Two researchers used content analysis to analyze the data. According to the findings, the majority of publications were published in 2019, with studies mostly aiming at assessing the influence of AR applications on mathematical achievement and exposing viewpoints on AR applications used in mathematics education. Also, secondary school students were mostly preferred as participants. Furthermore, most of the studies found that mathematics teaching with AR applications had a positive impact on academic standing and the teaching process, and that AR applications positively affected attitudes in mathematics lessons, increased the motivation of individuals towards mathematics lessons, and improved three-dimensional thinking skills.
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