Animation Production Teaching Model based on Design-Oriented Learning

Ben Ma

Abstract


The course of two-dimensional animation production focuses on practice. In teaching, more attention should be paid to cultivation of students’ innovation ability, team cooperation ability and similar prior education goals. With the promotion of paperless animation design courses, the animation production process should include the knowledge points in teaching. With this regard, taking the advantages of Flash software, an animation teaching model based on design-oriented learning was constructed in this study relying on design-oriented learning theory in animation production teaching, and taking project-oriented learning and empirical learning theory as guidelines. Meanwhile, comparison was made with the traditional teaching methods that only emphasize the presentation and transmission of knowledge. The research results show that using Flash software with design-oriented animation production teaching model makes it easier for students to accept knowledge when compared with the traditional PPT teaching model. It cannot only fully mobilize the learners’ enthusiasm, initiative and independent innovation, but also promote the students’ ability to study independently and constantly throughout their life. The Flash teaching platform adopted in the teaching process facilitates teacher-student interaction, team communication, and resource sharing, and is an effective assistant in the multimedia teaching process.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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