Using Animation as a Tool to Spread Vocational Information Among School Drop Outs (2019)
KARNA DIKSHIT PURI JCR. 2019: 420-425
Animated videos are a great kind of media for supporting remote learning. Learning may proceed productively despite physical separation when animation is utilized as a distant learning medium (Kör et al., 2014;). One definition of animation is a "still picture showing moving objects or sequences" (Hwang et al., 2012). The use of animated movies will facilitate the dissemination of educational content. Students will have an easier time grasping complex concepts that benefit their futures if they are accompanied by animated media. The use of animation in education may pique students' interest, demonstrate a method or technique, and clarify the meaning of an idea (Priambodo & Arifin, 2019). When it comes to improving the level of education and student learning outcomes, animated video represents one of the media advancements in learning that may give a better visual depiction of abstract knowledge (Anjarwati et al., 2016).
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