Using Time-lapse Photography for Environmental Education and Flipped Learning: A Case Study on the Marine Ecology Primary School in Tainan Taiwan
Keywords:Time-Lapse Photography, Environmental education, Flipped Classroom
The purpose of this study used the Time-lapse photography (TLP) technology as the non-formal environment education for experience activities and education materials. The time-lapse photography allows students feel; moving plants (blossoms / plant growth process), water pearls (Intertidal zone , bubbles in the water), lightsaber (sunset, night; star; acts of light), etc., TLP give students awareness on different feelings, through the processing experience will be touch in deep reflection.
First stage, the university students led by marine ecology elementary schoolstudents perform the TLP activities. Application of remote and offshore areas environmental resources, human resources, shooting land, water and airspace and combine partial rural schoolyard features as the themes. And second stage, time-lapse video playback which guided reflection environmental education, life education and citizenship education etc., through film facilitation, and then painting of the viewing experience feelings for the pictures of schoolyard features which will become digital image archive picture books, provide other elementary school students share partial results.
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