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Title: Improving Primary Education Styles using Child-Computer Interaction: A Practical Framework
Authors: Khalilia, Hadi
Hasan, Alhajhamad
Keywords: child-computer interaction paradigm
augmented reality
educational applications
3- dimensional user interface
user experience
Issue Date: Sep-2018
Series/Report no.: ;DOI: 10.24897/acn.64.68.176
Abstract: Researchers observed that child is a visual, aural, physical, social, solitary, and logical learner. These learning styles spurred current teaching techniques towards integrating the child with interactive 3-D user interfaces and the real-world using mobile devices. In this paper, we present a framework that enhances child learning experience using augmented reality (AR) applications. AR capabilities are one of the most influential human-computer interaction paradigms by integrating learning materials with the real world. The development of such interfaces requires creating a collaborative classroom involving usable digital content for children and teachers.
Description: Improving Primary Education Styles using Child-Computer Interaction. Published in Turkey-Istanbul Conference: The Ninth International Scientific Academic Conference Under the Title “Contemporary trends in social, human, and natural sciences” Available online at,
ISSN: 2476-017X
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