XR in Higher Ed

Teachers’ concerns about adopting technology-enhanced embodied learning and their mitigation through Professional Development
Technology-enhanced embodied learning is argued to have the potential to revolutionize K-12 education. Despite the affordances of technology-enhanced embodied learning, its integration in mainstream education is currently at slow pace. Slow adoption of technological innovation is not a new issue in the education arena. Several factors are contributing to why in-service teachers are being reluctant to adopt educational innovations. This study investigated the concerns of 31 in-service primary education teachers about adopting technology-enhanced embodied learning using the Concerns Based...
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