Primary Study of Attitudes of Schoolchildren in Rural and Remote Areas Toward Digital Imaging Learning―Taking Film-Making Summer Camp as an Example
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Kun Shan University
Publication date: 2016-03-21
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Szuhsin Lee   

Kun Shan University, #2 Min-Yoo Road, 651 Peikang Town Yunlin County, Taiwan
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2016;12(5):1469-1475
No matter how fast or wide digital technology develops, because of the gap between urban and rural areas, a digital divide in the education system still exists. The researchers joined the digital film-making summer camp, where the major objective was to decrease the digital divide between urban and rural areas. Thirty schoolchildren from one primary school in Tainan City, Taiwan, participated in the project as research subjects, and were divided into two groups. By implementing self-edited digital film making learning materials, questionnaire surveys, and performing descriptive statistics analysis, t-test and Levene’s Test with SPSS software, the study aims to understand the schoolchildren’s capability in digital imaging, and to discuss their learning attitude towards educational activities and feelings during filming.
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