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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 共同教育委員會  > 師資培育中心 > 會議論文 >  Chemistry in an Indigenous Science Learning 3D Animation:Acetylene Lamp

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    Title: Chemistry in an Indigenous Science Learning 3D Animation:Acetylene Lamp
    Authors: Fu, L. Y
    教師: 傅麗玉
    Date: 2007
    Publisher: NICE 2007
    Relation: The 2nd Network for Inter-Asian Chemistry Educators Conference (NICE 2007), Taipei: National Taiwan, July 30-31, 2007
    Keywords: Indigenous Science
    Learning 3D Animation
    Acetylene Lamp
    Abstract: This study presents a portion of a series of 3D animations for indigenous science learning called Petlaman. The animations are divided in ten parts, each involving a science learning topic. To our knowledge, this is the world’s first 3D, animated science education film with an indigenous culture as its subject. The part presented in this study concerns the chemistry of acetylene lamps. This study also provides a valuable insight into how the author, as the producer of the animation, handles controversial issues raised from different perspectives, including cultural, scientific, educational and ethnicity-based, among consultants.
    URI: http://dochoonho.sunchon.ac.kr/NICE2/2ndNICE-Papers/2ndNICE-oral/00061%20Li-Yu%20Fu.pdf
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