Augmented Reality: Personalized Practices and Open Science as a New Way of Knowing in Education

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Abstract: This research article investigates the integration of augmented reality technology in education as a means of personalizing learning experiences and promoting open science practices. Augmented reality has gained significant attention in recent years for its potential to enhance teaching and learning by creating interactive and immersive educational environments. However, there is a need for empirical research to explore how augmented reality can be effectively implemented in educational settings and how it can support personalized learning practices and foster open science.

This study adopts a mixed-methods research design to investigate the impact of augmented reality on personalized learning and the potential of open science practices in education. The research involves designing and implementing an augmented reality-based learning environment, where students engage in customized learning experiences tailored to their individual needs and learning preferences. The study also examines the role of open science practices, such as data sharing, collaboration, and transparency, in promoting a more inclusive and participatory education ecosystem.

The research considers multiple dimensions of personalized learning, including learner autonomy, adaptive feedback, and individualized content delivery. It explores how the use of augmented reality can provide learners with personalized learning pathways, adaptive assessments, and real-time feedback, thereby promoting learner engagement and achievement.

Furthermore, the study investigates how open science practices can be integrated into the augmented reality-based learning environment. It explores how students can engage in data sharing and collaboration through open science platforms, enabling them to contribute to the creation and dissemination of knowledge. The research also examines the potential benefits and challenges of adopting open science practices in educational contexts, such as ethical considerations, privacy concerns, and equity issues.

The findings of this research will contribute to the growing body of literature on personalized learning, open science, and augmented reality in education. The study will provide insights into the pedagogical and technological factors that influence the effectiveness of augmented reality in supporting personalized learning practices and fostering open science. Ultimately, this research aims to inform educational policymakers, practitioners, and researchers about the potential of augmented reality and open science as transformative ways of knowing in education.

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