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ViSTREET - Virtual Simulated Traffics for Road Safety Education

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  • 1. 2nd International Malaysian Educational Technology Convention (IMETC 2008)
    Unleashing the Potentials of Desktop Virtual Reality as an Educational Tool: A Look into the Design and Development Process of ViSTREET
    Kee Man Chuah and Chwen Jen Chen
    Faculty of Cognitive Sciences and Human Development
    Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
    www.unimas.my
  • 2. Introduction
    ICT tools have been greatly used in the field of education.
    These tools aim to make learning efficient, effective and engaging (e3) to the learners
    Virtual Reality (VR) is among the more recent technologies to be introduced as educational tool.
    VR should be accepted not just because of its novelty but its vast potentials in facilitating learning.
  • 3. Virtual Reality
    a user-computer interface that involves real-time simulation and interactions through multiple sensorial channels (Burdea & Coiffet, 2003)
    two main types: immersive and non-immersive VR (desktop VR)
    the much lower cost that it incurs as compared to immersive VR has made desktop VR the preferred choice in education
  • 4. Desktop VR: Educational Values
    supports experiential learning
    supports active learning
    supports collaborative learning
    allows learners to gain more control on their learning process.
    allows teachers to act as facilitators not as knowledge transmitters.
    How to unleash these potentials?
  • 5. Instructional Design and Development Models
    a theoretical foundation that can be transformed into methods of instruction based on research about what works in instructional settings.
    helps the designer to visualize the problem, to break it down into manageable units
    Many models available - ADDIE, John Keller’s ARCS and Gagné’s nine instructional events
    ID models for VR-based learning environments/tools?
  • 6. The ViSTREET Project
    Virtual Simulated Traffic for Road Safety Education - desktop VR-based learning environment for teaching school children pedestrian road safety skills.
    aims to complement the current road safety curriculum in Malaysian schools
    Why VR?
    able to simulate real road scenarios
    allows the presentation of authentic problems for the learners to “interact”
    allows free exploration – motivate learners
  • 7. ViSTREET – ID Framework
    The framework proposed by Chen, Toh and Wan (2004)
  • 8. ViSTREET – Development
    Recursive, Reflective Design and Development (R2D2) model was used.
    The R2D2 model as proposed by Willis (1995) contains three important guidelines:
    recursive, non-linear design
    reflective design
    participatory design
    Three focal points: Define, Design and Development and Dissemination
  • 9. ViSTREET – Development
    Define focus: review on available resources on road safety education in Malaysia and other countries
    Materials from MIROS and JKJR were obtained
    Development environment: flexible and proven VRML software programmes were selected.
    Rapid prototyping based on the chosen ID model.
    On-going review from experts (content, interface design, technical, etc) and target learners.
  • 10. ViSTREET Prototype
  • 11. ViSTREET Prototype
  • 12. ViSTREET Prototype
  • 13. Conclusions
    Highlights the feasibility of using the constructivist theoretical framework proposed by Chen, Toh and Wan (2004) as well as the R2D2 model.
    The guiding instructional design and development framework in the design of VR-based learning environments plays a major role in unleashing its vast potentials for educational purposes