This paper presents the OER “Virtual classroom” App which was created by the authors based on the famous “Bletchley Park”. This exploratory study examines the experience and views of students about technological innovations such as 3D Virtual Reality Glasses (3DVRG) and e-authentication systems. The authors developed the “Virtual Reality Classroom” App, which is an Open Educational Resource based on 360 photos. Participants were students from the UK and Brazil who explored in pairs this App using a 3DVRG in the classroom and also completed a formative assessment activity using the TeSLA face recognition system. Our research question focuses on whether the students’ interactions through the 3DVRG enhance learning and assessment of inquiry skills for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).
Formative Assessment of Inquiry Skills for RRI using 3D Virtual Reality Glasses and Face Recognition
Okada, A.; Rocha, K.; Fuchter, S.; Zucchi, S. and Wortley, D. (2019). Formative assessment of inquiry skills for Responsible Research and Innovation using 3D Virtual Reality Glasses and Face Recognition. In: TEA 2018 Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference, 10-11 Dec 2018, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, (In Press).