Mirjam Neelen & Paul A. Kirschner
We recently came across a great article (check it out!) from Limbu, Jarodzka, Klemke, and Specht (2018) that inspired us to write this blog. It provides a literature overview on 78 studies using sensors and AR to train apprentices, using recorded expert performance. It triggered us to explore when using sensor-based AR is beneficial to train apprentices.
First, let’s look at what apprenticeship is and what role recording expert performance plays.
The Apprenticeship Model
In the guild system in the middle ages an apprentice was a learner of a trade who was supervised by a master craftsman from a craft guild or town government. These young people were employed as an inexpensive form of labour in exchange for providing food, lodging and formal training in the craft, trade, or profession (Wikipedia). More recently, Collins, Brown, and Newman (1989) explain Jean Lave’s work…
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