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School Teachers

Effective use of ICT based science teaching learning objects.

Teachers’ Guidelines

4 Appropriate Digital Tools for Teaching Science
4.1 Animation tools
Animations are useful to make processes easier to understand. While a teacher may prepare an animation to show the pupils, it is a useful lesson for the pupils to prepare an animation of their own to develop and show their understanding of a process. Tools for creating animations need not be very complex. Microsoft PowerPoint features functions for animating elements on a slide which are easy to apply.

We have also used Stop Motion Studio to let students prepare short animations by recording physical objects.

Simple video editing tools, such as QuickTime Player can also be used to create animations from recorded or pre-existing video material.
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