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Promoting new ways of teaching and learning in science education with student-created digital animations

Grant


Scheme


  • Competitive Grants Program

Abstract


  • Science education academics need to incorporate new ways of teaching and learning to engage student teachers in science knowledge. â¬Sslowmationâ¬ý (abbreviated from â¬SSlow-motion Animationâ¬ý) is a new teaching approach that encourages students to use their own technologies and create a narrated digital animation to explain a science concept that is played in slow motion at 2 frames/second. It is a form of stop-motion animation that integrates features of clay animation, object animation and digital storytelling and encourages students to design a multimodal representation of their learning.

Date/time Interval


  • 2010

Sponsor Award Id


  • CG10-1554

Local Award Id


  • 11920

Scheme


  • Competitive Grants Program

Abstract


  • Science education academics need to incorporate new ways of teaching and learning to engage student teachers in science knowledge. â¬Sslowmationâ¬ý (abbreviated from â¬SSlow-motion Animationâ¬ý) is a new teaching approach that encourages students to use their own technologies and create a narrated digital animation to explain a science concept that is played in slow motion at 2 frames/second. It is a form of stop-motion animation that integrates features of clay animation, object animation and digital storytelling and encourages students to design a multimodal representation of their learning.

Date/time Interval


  • 2010

Sponsor Award Id


  • CG10-1554

Local Award Id


  • 11920