A Lesson Plan Development Study for Higher Education Based on Needs Assessment “Graphics and Animation in Education” Course

  • Schreglmann S
  • Kazanci Z
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The aim of this study is to develop a lesson plan for the “Graphics and Animation in Education” course lectured in the department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (CEIT). For this purpose, a “Needs Analysis Form for Graphics and Animation in Education Course” that includes open ended questions is produced by the program specialist and the researchers. The needs analysis form was applied to 10 instructors who have taught this course in the faculty of education. In the light of the findings derived from the needs analysis; the purpose of graphics and animation in education course was determined as: “creating e-materials which specifically comprise interactive features in order to use at various levels of education and providing students the skills to adapt these materials to be used in mobile devices”. The basic strategy to use for this course is stated as “Expository” and during the course demonstration and question-and-answer methods are used. As a result, a lesson plan was developed for a unit of the graphics and animation in education course.

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Schreglmann, S., & Kazanci, Z. (2018). A Lesson Plan Development Study for Higher Education Based on Needs Assessment “Graphics and Animation in Education” Course. International Education Studies, 11(7), 155. https://doi.org/10.5539/ies.v11n7p155

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