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|Title: ||教室內的數位鏡室學習劇場;Digital Self-observable Learning Theater in the Classroom|
|Keywords: ||真實情境學習;教育戲劇;數位學習遊樂場;Authentic Learning;Drama in Education;Digital Learning Playground|
|Issue Date: ||2015-09-23 14:47:00 (UTC+8)|
;In a traditional classroom, a teacher may use "educational drama" as a tool for situated learning. By role playing in the drama, a student can experience the usage of the knowledge in the textbook. However, a teacher may not be able to arrange the scene of the drama of each topic. At the same time, students may be shy and lack of self-confidence when they face their classmate as audience so that they will not engage in the learning drama. The students cannot see themselves when in the drama. Therefore, it is not easy for them to reflect their learning by watching and comparing with performance of classmates.
In this research, we construct Digital Self-observable Learning Theater in the classroom. Different from conventional drama in that the actors are performing in the scene and facing the audience so that the actors cannot see performance of themselves. We develop a digital educational drama stage. The actors can see, face, and perform the scene and can see their performing in the digital scene like a mirror room. Other classmates can see their performing on the screen. Performing of the students are recorded immediately by the system. Thereafter, all the learning performance in the drama can be stored on the cloud and be reviewed and used in reflection learning in the discussions inside or outside the classroom.
The system is introduced to Ruey Tarng Elementary School in Taoyuan City and applied on English course in 5th grade. According to the result, students are more concentrated on the learning activities of the drama than conventional educational drama they used before. Their performing skills were also improved. Moreover, students can find their strengths and weaknesses when performing. Teachers also thought that the system can help them arrange the scene of the story when performing educational drama in the classroom.
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