Introduction to animation
Animation as a learning tool promotes the use of animation as a fun and effective tool to encourage learning among children across the key stages and the entire curriculum. When using animation, children develop skills and competences in storytelling, visual communication, cognition, emotional and aesthetic analysis, observation, team work, concentration, problem-solving and innovation.
The technology has now become accessible and possible for teachers and students, without intensive technical training, to create their own animations.
This section aims to guide you through a basic animation lesson. It introduces you to a framework to create exciting lessons that link to the national curriculum. It embodies cross curricular skills, thinking skills and personal capabilities. Recreate a scene from a book or poem, solve a maths problem or animate a science experiment, the curriculum is there to explore.
|Section 1: Introduction
|Section 2: Advanced Planning
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