WHEN DOES VISUAL INFORMATION BECOME RELEVANT IN A DYNAMIC PROBLEM SOLVING TASK IN THE CLASSROOM? – AN EYE TRACKING CASE STUDY

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    We discuss a case study in which we use a mobile gaze tracking device to determine what a student looks at in class while he is trying to solve a problem following a presentation on a screen - in which the visual information changes frequently - and using a tablet. Our most significant finding is that visual elements that move, or teacher gestures that can be observed through a document camera seem to attract student visual attention to the extent that the student may fail to observe other, important information, also displayed on screen.
    Originalspråkengelska
    Titel på värdpublikationUnknown host publication
    Antal sidor8
    Sidor1-8
    StatusInsänt - 2016
    MoE-publikationstypD3 Professionella konferenshandlingar
    EvenemangInternational Congress on Mathematical Education - Hamburg, Tyskland
    Varaktighet: 24 juli 201631 juli 2016
    Konferensnummer: 13

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