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Explanatory animations in the classroom: Student-authored animations as digital pedagogy

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posted on 31.08.2020, 00:00 by Brendan Jacobs
This book provides groundbreaking evidence demonstrating how student-authored explanatory animations can embody and document learning as an exciting new development within digital pedagogy. Explanatory animations can be an excellent resource for teaching and learning but there has been an underlying assumption that students are predominately viewers rather than animation authors. The methodology detailed in this book reverses this scenario by putting students in the driver’s seat of their own learning. This signals not just a change in perspective, but a complete change in activity that, to continue the analogy, will forever change the conversation and make redundant phrases like “Are we there yet?” and “How much longer?” The digital nature of such practices provides compelling evidence for reconceptualising explanatory animation creation as a pedagogical activity that generates multimodal assessment data. Tying together related themes to advance approaches to evidence-based assessment using digital technologies, this book is intended for educators at any stage of their journey, including pre-service teachers

History

Start Page

1

End Page

80

Number of Pages

80

ISBN-10

9811535256

ISBN-13

9789811535246

Publisher

Springer

Place of Publication

Singapore

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

Era Eligible

Yes

Series

SpringerBriefs in Education

Number of Chapters

4