Educators assist students in applying realistic learning environments, helping students learn problem-solving skills combined with practical clinical problems with what they have learned from textbooks. Advances in mobile technology enable students to apply learning resources and remember safely in a virtual environment with the proper learning guidance. In this study, an action-learning system with an experiential learning mechanism was developed to support learning the Leopold maneuvers professional course in obstetrics. A quasi-experimental design was carried out to verify the effect of this method on students’ learning achievement, learning engagement, and learning satisfaction. Students who learn through summative assessment show more positive learning behaviors than students in the control group. Based on the results of this study, the value of specific reference suggestions for the development of effective learning strategies combined with virtual reality learning activities in medical and nursing textbooks is put forward.