Suggestion Model to use the virtual museum tours in the development of technical knowledge and aesthetic values for students / teachers of the Wood Industries Division at the Faculty of Education and its impact on the cognitive motivation and educational

  • Sayed Mohammad Zarrouk Associate Professor of Curricula and Methods of Teaching Industrial Education, Faculty of Education, Helwan University, egypt

Abstract

Abstract: The problem of the research was: "The weakness of technical knowledge and aesthetic values ​​in the history of specialization" European "students / teachers in the Division of Wood Industries Faculty of Education, due to weakness to the lack of learning environment of the history of specialization" European "to the visits and trips of e-learning, and reliance on teaching on Traditional methods which focus on the lower cognitive levels in the method of explaining the subject and also in the assessment of students / teachers, which leads to a decrease in cognitive motivation and educational efficiency. "The study aimed at designing an educational model for the use of virtual museum tours Based on the virtual reality in the development of technical knowledge and aesthetic values ​​associated with the history of the European specialization of students / teachers in the wood industries department at the Faculty of Education. This research followed the analytical descriptive method in preparing the theoretical framework and preparing the list of technical knowledge and aesthetic values. Educational design model for the use of virtual museum tours in the development of technical concepts and aesthetic values, and the preparation of research tools and experimental field, and in light of the interpretation of the results were reached recommendations and proposals, the most important of which are: The need to apply the model of the proposed educational design for the use of virtual museum tours to give students of wood industries the technical knowledge and aesthetic values ​​of European furniture, and develop their cognitive motivation and educational efficiency. Also the need for a directory of the sites of virtual museum tours for students of wood industries at the Faculty of Education. And the need for a directory of websites that contribute to the preparation of the teacher of wood industries Faculty of Education.

Key words: Educational Design, Virtual Museum Tours, Technical Knowledge, Aesthetic Values, The Cognitive Motivation, Educational Efficiency.

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Published
2018-09-30
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Zarrouk, S. (2018). Suggestion Model to use the virtual museum tours in the development of technical knowledge and aesthetic values for students / teachers of the Wood Industries Division at the Faculty of Education and its impact on the cognitive motivation and educational. International Journal of Research in Educational Sciences. (IJRES), 1(4), 183 - 260. Retrieved from http://iafh.net/index.php/IJRES/article/view/9
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