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IJSSH 2021 Vol.11(3): 79-82 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2021.V11.1044

Effects of Integrating Glossarial Visualization of Virtual Reality in Students’ Learning

Ruiqian Su
Abstract—This study was conducted to evaluate how the Glossarial Visualization Program of Virtual Reality (VR) technology affects the visual interactivity among Chinese Rural Dyslexic Students in social studies content. The study employed a qualitative research method, where students were selected to engage in virtual reality, after which access an article online and write a reflection of the article. Writing samples and interviews were used to review the responses. The research was conducted in a high school in Quanzhou, China. The results proved that virtual reality technology could give rural dyslexic students the advantage of visual compensation and stimulate their interests in learning social studies content to improve the quality of teaching. So, it is a great innovative approach to explore the significance of reforming rural dyslexic students' teaching mode.

Index Terms—Glossarial visualization, rural dyslexic students, social studies content, virtual reality technology.

Ruiqian Su is with University of South Florida, USA (e-mail: suh@usf.edu).


Cite: Ruiqian Su, "Effects of Integrating Glossarial Visualization of Virtual Reality in Students’ Learning," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 79-82, 2021.

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