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Sumeyra Dogan Coskun – Journal of Pedagogical Research, 2024
The purpose of the study is to examine pre-service elementary teachers' noticing of students' mathematical thinking of division through animations and depictions. For this purpose, the data was collected from preservice teachers' written explanations of important moments identified when watching a video clip, as well as pre-service teachers'…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Mathematics Education, Animation
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Katai, Zoltan; Osztian, Erika – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2023
Background: This study is the first to address the topic of schematic versus realistic dynamic visualization with particular focus on the human movement effect (HME) when the content to be learned takes the form of a computer algorithm. An AlgoRythmics dance choreography illustration (HM-realistic) was compared with an abstract computer animation…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Algorithms, Visualization, Animation
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de Koning, Bjorn B.; Mok, Katrina; Marcus, Nadine; Ayres, Paul – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2023
Background: Research indicates that animations presenting procedural instructions lead to better learning if the animation displays the procedural task from a first-person perspective (over-the-shoulder) compared to a third-person perspective (face-to-face). Aims: This study extends view-perspective research by investigating whether the…
Descriptors: Animation, Perspective Taking, Human Body, College Students
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Raychl Smith – International Journal of Music Education, 2024
How can music educators explore the intersections of spirituality, relationships, and music education? The purpose of this paper is to examine how the Pixar film, "Soul," models the transformation that can occur when a music teacher embraces spirituality and the preciousness of everyday life both in and out of the classroom through…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music Teachers, Musicians, Popular Culture
Ariel Kalil; Susan Mayer; Philip Oreopoulos; Rohen Shah – National Bureau of Economic Research, 2024
Programs that engage young children in movement and song to help them learn are popular but experimental evidence on their impact is sparse. We use an RCT to evaluate the effectiveness of Big Word Club (BWC), a classroom program that uses music and dance videos for 3-5 minutes per day to increase vocabulary. We conducted a field experiment with…
Descriptors: Vocabulary Development, Animation, Video Technology, Music
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Karakolidis, Anastasios; Scully, Darina; O'Leary, Michael – Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 2021
As part of the growing interest in the measurement of complex constructs in recent years, a body of research examining the extent to which videos are a useful alternative to written text in tests and assessments has emerged. Early attempts to replace written text with videos featured actors, but lately, animated videos have become more popular.…
Descriptors: Animation, Video Technology, Visual Measures, Test Construction
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Holiday, Steven – Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 2023
One of the staple components of "Sesame Street" over the last 50 years is the short, animated segments that periodically interrupt the narratives and focus on brief educational and literacy concepts. Histories of the show have recognized these segments and referred to them as commercials, but to date, literature lacks a comprehensive…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Literacy, Childrens Television, Educational Strategies
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Tiphaine Colliot; Jean-Michel Boucheix – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2024
Background: Previous studies have shown that dynamic illustrations, as compared to their static counterparts, lead to higher achievement levels, especially for hand-based procedures. Other researchers have investigated how the presence of seductive details (i.e., appealing but irrelevant adjunct displays) influences students' interest positively…
Descriptors: Illustrations, Animation, Handicrafts, Elementary School Students
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Rayendra Wahyu Bachtiar; Ralph F. G. Meulenbroeks; Wouter R. Joolingen – Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2024
Previous studies have documented the promising results from student-constructed representations, including stop-motion animation (SMA), in supporting mechanistic reasoning (MR), which is considered an essential thinking skill in science education. Our current study presents theoretically and empirically how student-constructed SMA contributes to…
Descriptors: Animation, Thinking Skills, Science Education, Skill Development
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Rebecca K. Y. Lee; Bernard Y. N. Ng; Daisy M. H. Chen – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2024
Electron transport chain and oxidative phosphorylation are always a challenging topic for students studying metabolism. We had adopted blended learning in metabolism teaching and evaluated the learning experiences of students. In this project, a pre-class learning aid the "Story Mode" and a post-class learning aid the "Revision…
Descriptors: Metabolism, Animation, Educational Technology, Visual Aids
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Schnitman, Gabriel; Gomes, Danila; Deckelbaum, Dan; Utiyama, Edivaldo Massazo – Health Education Research, 2022
Health literacy, culture and language play vital roles in patients' understanding of health issues. Obstacles are more evident in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), where inadequate patient education levels are higher and hospital resources are lower. This is a prospective pilot study assessing the feasibility of digital preoperative…
Descriptors: Feasibility Studies, Multimedia Materials, Animation, Health Education
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Jitsupa, Jira; Siriprichayakorn, Ravee; Yakaew, Chontida; Songsom, Nualsri; Nilsook, Prachyanun – Journal of Education and Learning, 2022
This research was conducted with the following aims: to enable master teachers to develop electronic tales for preschoolers using Stop Motion techniques according to the Early Childhood Imagineering Model (ECIM) process; to evaluate the quality of these electronic tales; to evaluate master teachers' ability to develop these tales; to evaluate the…
Descriptors: Animation, Preschool Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Preschool Children
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Dina Ali Mohamed El-Besomey – European Journal of Education (EJED), 2022
The role of advertising animation film as a political motivate in the contemporary reality strategy through multimedia in the research scale of universal unilateral force "America". And this reflection on the animation industry, which made the US authorities and capital owners as a political motivate towards political trends and…
Descriptors: Animation, Advertising, Mass Media, Propaganda
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Leah S. Mahler; Richard E. Mayer – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2024
Background: Emotional design of multimedia lessons involves adding features that are intended to increase learner enjoyment and promote learning--such as adding narrative, anthropomorphizing non-human elements, and using warm colours. Objective: The present study extends this work to examine the potential of Japanese animation (anime) for…
Descriptors: Multimedia Instruction, Animation, Cartoons, Science Instruction
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Eshetu Desalegn Alemneh; Dereje Andargie Kidanmariam; Solomon Melesse Mengistie; Belete Bedemo Beyene – Journal of Technology and Science Education, 2024
The study aimed to investigate the effect of computer simulation and animation-integrated instruction on preservice science teacher trainees' conceptual understanding and retention of acid-base chemistry and stoichiometry. A quantitative approach with a pretest-posttest-delayed test quasi-experimental design was used. In the study area, there were…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Animation, Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education
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