Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Experimenting with Stop-Motion Animation

After viewing a few digital tools such as ; Padlet, Glogster, Animoto, and Mind Maps, I decided to experiment with Windows Movie Maker to see what stop-motion animation can look like.  Here is a sample...

Follow this link to look and learn.

I now understand that digital tools can help children and adults analyze the steps involved in their own learning and share this with others by connecting through the internet.  As a math teacher we often list the steps involved in solving a problem.  Stop-motion animation can be a fun and interesting way to present complex mathematical problems in an algorithmic, or step by step fashion.

1 comment:

  1. Great work playing with stop-motion animation! Nice job.