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The problem of educational resources and urban/rural learning achievement for indigenous students living in remote areas has become significant. Some scholars proposed that the teaching material based on indigenous culture can improve the learning perfor

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    Title: The problem of educational resources and urban/rural learning achievement for indigenous students living in remote areas has become significant. Some scholars proposed that the teaching material based on indigenous culture can improve the learning perfor
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Indigenous Culture,Scientific Education
    2. Augmented Reality
    3. Interactive Instruction

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    1Department of Electronic Engineering, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

    Abstract

    The problem of educational resources and urban/rural learning achievement for indigenous students living in remote areas has become significant. Some scholars proposed that the teaching material based on indigenous culture can improve the learning performance. In addition, indigenous students prefer using the senses to help learning, especially dynamic, visual image, informal, and lively learning methods. Augmented reality (AR) is a technique for visual sensation of virtual objects combined with the real environment, using image processing technology to interact with virtual objects, also allowing users to blend into a situational virtual reality. It has been comprehensively applied to various fields, and its importance has also been recognized in education. To motivate the learning interest, this study developed the gear instructional module using AR. The trial teaching and observational records from the instructional activity were used to show that the developed module can promote the learning interest and the learning motivation.