Stop Motion Animation for Preschoolers by Master Teachers


  •  Jira Jitsupa    
  •  Ravee Siriprichayakorn    
  •  Chontida Yakaew    
  •  Nualsri Songsom    
  •  Prachyanun Nilsook    

Abstract

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 effect of master teachers’ transfer of the development of electronic tales to early childhood education (ECE) student teachers; and to evaluate master teachers’ satisfaction with their development of these electronic tales. The sample comprised 24 ECE instructors in higher education, who were selected as the master teachers, and 480 ECE student teachers. The findings revealed that the master teachers were able to develop 24 electronic tales for preschoolers using the Stop Motion technique according to the Early Childhood Imagineering Model (ECIM) process. They also indicated that the quality of the electronic tales, master teachers’ ability to develop these tales and transfer their development to student teachers, and master teachers’ level of satisfaction with the development of these electronic tales, were all at a high level.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-5250
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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