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Research on the Influence of Virtual Reality Application on Fiber Connection Skill Learning
skill learning process
|Abstract:||本研究主要探討虛擬實境應用對光纖接續技能學習的影響。研究目的為探討虛擬實境應用對光纖接續技能學習，學員在1.整體學習成效、 2.技能學習不同層次的效果、 3.技能學習歷程(認知期、定位期、自動期)等三面向的影響。
This study mainly discussed the impact of virtual reality applications on fiber connection skills learning. The purpose of the study was to explore the application of virtual reality applications on fiber connection skills learning. There were three aspects of skill learning discussed in this study: 1. overall skill learning effectiveness, 2. different levels of skill learning effects, 3. skills learning process(cognition phase, fixation phase, and autonomous phase). In this case company, the newcomers in the customer network cable group were taken as the object. The quasi-experimental research method was adopted and randomly assigned to the control group and the experimental group. In addition to the general traditional teaching, and the experimental group received VR teaching. The behavioral sequence analysis was carried out with the practical test of the optical cable connection, Simpson’s Psychomotor Domain Assessment, and the video of the skill learning process. Qualitative data was analyzed to clarify the results, and quantitative data was used to examine the impact and differences by t test. Those main conclusions were: 1. Virtual reality application effectively improved the overall skill learning effectiveness of students; 2. Virtual reality application had a significant impact on different levels of skills learning; 3. Virtual reality application had a significant impact on skills learning process (cognition phase, fixation phase, and autonomous phase). Based on the research findings and conclusions, this study proposed recommendations for the application of virtual reality in professional skills learning and teaching.
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