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An Action Research of the Stop motion Animation Integrated into Visual Art Teaching in Elementary School：The Case Study of a Private Elementary School in New Taipei City
Stop motion Animation
An Action Research
Students are familiar with animations. A student can easily access any kind of animations through TV or online. Animations are the common visual arts that surround in our daily life. According to 12-year Basic Education of Arts and Humanities Learning Areas curriculum guidelines protocol, released by Ministry of Education, 2015, a school should create the opportunities for students to explore and perceive everything in our life; to understand and appreciate various types of artwork. Therefore, the researcher utilized the everyday visual images, by making simple stop-motion animations through the app in Ipad, to investigate curriculum design, instructional strategies, and student academic achievement. The study undertook the method of action research. The subjects of research were fourth-grade students in a private elementary school in New Taipei City. The researcher was the curriculum designer and the instructor of this research. The quantitative data were collected in the method of feedback questionnaires and were analyzed by the student learning results and attitude. The qualitative analyses were conducted in the method of student interviews, researcher's teaching notes, student observation records, and students' work. In this study, the researcher concluded the following results: 1.It is feasible to integrate stop-motion animation into visual arts education in elementary school. 2.It is on trends to integrate technology into education by using Ipad. With this technique, it can upgrade students' learning attitude, performance, and overall outcome. 3.Through collaborating and problem-solving learning strategies, the students develop the abilities of communication, cooperation, and coordination. The researcher got positive feedback from the students. The researcher expected the results of this study will provide the instructors in schools a brand new direction as a reference to benefit their teaching.
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