Design strategy of digital outdoor study manual based on children's learning behavior guidance

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Yue LiYing ZhaoJing MeiLi Yang

Abstract: In the era of continuous and profound integration of digital technology and daily learning life, a large number of children's digital learning products have emerged and been used by children. In the field of outdoor study and learning activities, the study manual is an important carrier to supplement the content of activities to assist children in learning, but the traditional paper manual design is not in-depth enough to study the needs of the target subject and its design method cannot meet the needs of the times, and cannot bring children experiential learning in the study and learning activities. In study and learning activities, digitalization guides children's behavior and immerses them in study and learning activities, which can stimulate their interest in learning and improve learning efficiency. For this reason, this paper explores the design of digital outdoor study manual for children's learning behavior guidance. Based on the theoretical perspective of behaviorism psychology, this paper analyzes the learning behavior psychology of children in study activities, summarizes the characteristics of their learning behavior, and designs the flow chart of children's learning methods and observation behavior process in study activities in combination with the relevant theories of behavioral design. Through the questionnaire data, we analyzed the influencing factors of children's willingness to use the digital outdoor study manual. Finally, we tried to build the design strategy of the digital outdoor study manual that actively guides children's learning behavior. Provide reference for the design of children's digital outdoor study manual, assist the implementation of outdoor study activities, and make contributions to the development of digital education.

Keywords: Behavioral guidance, digitalization, behavioral design, design strategy

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003397

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