Slowmation is a twenty-first century digital literacy educational tool. This teaching and learning tool has been incorporated as an assessment strategy in the curriculum area of science and mathematics with pre-service teachers (PSTs). This paper explores two themes: developing twenty-first century digital literacy skills and modelling best practice assessment tools. In the growing debate about the impact of multi-model representations, researchers such as Hoban and Nielsen, and Brown, Murcia and Hackling emphasise the development of conceptual understandings and semiotics. This paper focuses on PSTs’ experiences of and reflections on Slowmation as an educational tool. Data was collected from a cohort of final year PSTs who created, presented and reflected on their Slowmation process.
Paige, Kathryn; Bentley, Brendan; and Dobson, Stephen
"Slowmation: An Innovative Twenty-First Century Teaching and Learning Tool for Science and Mathematics Pre-service Teachers,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 41
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol41/iss2/1