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2019 | 9 | 267-275
Article title

MOŻLIWOŚCI ZASTOSOWANIA WIRTUALNEJ RZECZYWISTOSCI W EDUKACJI ORAZ ICH KONSEKWENCJE

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The possibilites of using virtual reality in education and its consequences
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Teza. Na przestrzeni ostatnich 30 lat w społeczeństwie nastąpił znaczący wzrost adaptacji nowych technologii (Kirkwood i Price, 2013). Istnieje wiele dziedzin, w których znajdują one swoje zastosowanie. Jedną ze szczególnie istotnych – ze względu na wpływ społeczny – jest edukacja. W celu jej rozwoju podejmuje się kroki zmierzające do wprowadzania nowych technologii do programów nauczania. Jedną z takich technologii jest wirtualna rzeczywistość, która jest coraz bardziej popularna i częściej wykorzystywana w wielu obszarach edukacji. W tym artykule, na podstawie przeglądu badań z lat 2017-2018, podjęto próbę wykazania możliwych zastosowań oraz konsekwencji wdrażania wirtualnej rzeczywistości w edukacji. Omówione koncepcje. Głównym tematem niniejszej pracy jest różnorodność zastosowań VR w edukacji oraz związane z tym konsekwencje. Wyniki i wnioski. Postęp i wdrażanie nowych technologii wydają się być nieuniknione, natomiast przedstawione w tej pracy problemy sygnalizują konieczność kontroli nadchodzących zmian. Wydaje się prawdopodobne, że VR stanie się bardziej powszechnym narzędziem edukacyjnym ze względu na duży potencjał motywacyjny i dydaktyczny. Przeprowadzona analiza wykazała, że badaną grupą są najczęściej studenci w dziedzinie nauk społecznych. Warto pamiętać, że wady takie jak duże koszty czy dyskusyjność osiąganych efektów sprawiają, że nie jest to narzędzie idealne. Wnioski z tej pracy warto wykorzystać jako kierunki przyszłych badań. Oryginalność/wartość poznawcza podejścia. Przedstawiony tekst wzbogacony jest o analizę jakościową wybranych artykułów związanych z wykorzystaniem VR w edukacji. Stanowi spojrzenie na ostatnie dokonania w tej dziedzinie, rozważając nie tylko różnorodność zastosowań, ale i wybierane do badań grupy badawcze. Przedstawione rozważania uwzględniają nie tylko często wymieniane korzyści, ale w sposób krytyczny rozpatrują także negatywne aspekty wprowadzanych zmian.
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Thesis. Over the past 30 years, there has been a significant increase in the adaptation of new technologies in the society (Kirkwood and Price, 2013). There are many areas where they find their application. One of the most important for the social impact is education. In order to develop the education, there are steps taken to introduce new technologies to current teaching programs. One of such technologies is Virtual Reality (VR), which is becoming more popular and is increasingly used in many fields of education. In this paper, based on the articles from 2017 and 2018, we demonstrate the effects and consequences of using VR in education. Discussed concepts. The main goal of this work is to show variety of VR applications in education and the consequences which it may cause. Results and conclusions. The progress and implementation of new technologies seem to be unavoidable, while the problems presented in this paper show the need to control the upcoming changes. It seems that VR will become a more common educational tool due to its high motivation aspect and didactic potential. The conducted analysis showed that the most frequently considered groups are students in the fields of social sciences. It is worth mentioning that the disadvantages, such as high costs or the questionable effects presents VR as not such a perfect tool. Conclusions from this work should be considered as the new directions of the future research. Cognitive originality/value of the approach. The presented paper is enriched with a qualitative analysis of selected articles related to the use of VR in education. We look at recent achievements in this field considering variety of applications and also the selected research groups. We consider not only the frequently mentioned benefits but also the negative aspects of implemented changes.
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267-275
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  • Wydział Psychologii SWPS Uniwersytetu Humanistycznospołecznego SWPS Uniwersytet Humanistycznospołeczny ul. Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warszawa
  • Wydział Psychologii SWPS Uniwersytetu Humanistycznospołecznego SWPS Uniwersytet Humanistycznospołeczny ul. Chodakowska 19/31, 03-815 Warszawa
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