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Wednesday, February 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Exploring Cased-Based 3D Animated Videos in High School Online Classrooms

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Many instructors employ case study methodologies to accomplish learning objectives, such as bridging theory and practice, applying the knowledge base to real world situations, and enhancing decision-making. This hands-on presentation focuses on the application of case studies that integrate creative 3D animated video creations, self-reflective practices, and collaborative peer discussions and evaluations in an asynchronous online class setting. For example, students break open-ended questions into component parts, extract key information, and develop 3D animated videos presenting the venue in which the case is situated to help themselves and their classmates vividly visualize the situation and facilitate problem-solving. Additionally, students use 3D avatars that role-pay the people involved in the case for data analysis. This not only forces students to really understand the perspectives of the case characters, but also motivates students to communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating animations for their intended audiences. To employ self-reflective practices, instructors use several student-created 3D animated case videos for students to examine the similarities and differences among the cases from diverse viewpoints. This strategy supports the construction of student in-depth skills in analytical tools, coping with ambiguities, and reflection. Finally, through the asynchronous online discussion board, students seek feedback from instructors and peers that informs and improves their 3D animated case videos and demonstrate their learning. In this presentation, the audience can take away engaging approaches to teaching cased-based 3D animated videos that can be used in any discipline at high school levels.

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Li-Wei Peng

Associate Professor, Governors State University


Wednesday February 26, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm CST