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Poster 40: A chemistry escape room implementing augmented- and immersive-virtual reality as an educational tool  


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VickyMason
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What an amazing project! It looks like a huge amount of work has gone into this engaging activity and the students are getting a lot out of it. Am I right in thinking they are in groups of three? Was there any difference between the three groups, do you think gender could play a role at all? Sorry if I am interpreting your graphics wrong.


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Daniel Elford
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Thanks Vicky! For this particular activity, yes, students were organised into groups of three (but this is by no means definitive). Unfortunately, due to the national lockdown, I was only able to run the activity with a few groups so it is too early to draw out any quantitative conclusions. However, initial qualitative data collected is looking extremely positive! 


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Sara Kyne
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This is an amazing project. How long did it take you to develop the activities, and what technological skills were required?

How long did the students spend doing the activities?


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