Learning through the eyes of another Online Instruction of Craft Skills Using Eye-Tracking Technology

Barak Pelman, Shirly Bar-Amotz, Christa S.C. Asterhan, Janan Saba

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Abstract

Over the past decade, rapid technological advancements and budget constraints have increased the demand for online education (Martin et al., 2020). Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has vastly accele-rated this trend, compelling almost all education providers to migrate their courses to online learning platforms (Theelen & Van Breukelen, 2022). In view of other profound crises that affect mobility, such as climate change, political instabilities and future pandemics, it is safe to assume that online learning will remain in demand, even in a post-pandemic world) (Bayne et al., 2020). In this context, while educational research has made significant progress in establishing design principles that ensure effective online teaching and learning, the main focus of this scholarly work is on the acquisition of declarative knowledge and cognitive skills. Moreover, since very little is known about the online teaching and distance learning of psychomotor skills (Kouhia et al., 2021; Lehtiniemi et al., 2023), this paper and exhibition explore how eye-tracking technology (ETT) creates unique opportunities to improve craft education in hybrid and distant learning settings.

Original languageAmerican English
JournalFormAkademisk
Volume16
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 2023

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Keywords

  • Craft pedagogy
  • distance learning
  • eye-tracking technology
  • hybrid learning

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