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Multimodality
Learner-generated topic
3D computer modeling tool
Lunar libration
Learning community
Informal learning
Issue Date: 
2012
Citation: 
M.S. Kim, W.C. Lee, X.X. Ye & B. Kim. (2012). Enriching multimodality in learning: Integrating computer modeling to support a learner generated topic. In G. Biswas, L. -H. Wong, T. Hirashima & W. Chen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (pp. 143-150). Singapore: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education.
Abstract: 
In this paper, the researchers collaborated with an experienced physics teacher to
design a multimodality modeling workshop involving a 3D computer model to facilitate the
workshop participants’ learning of their self-generated astronomy topic – lunar libration.
The modified visual representation in computer model improved the quality of their
observation experiences and assisted them to consolidate their understanding on lunar
libration. Participatory learning environment created through the Embodied Modeling
Mediated Activity (EMMA) encouraged learners to investigate their interest driven and
self-generated inquiry. Researchers modified and integrated modeling software (i.e.
Astronomicon) to support learners’ interests. Multimodality was employed to mediate the
self-directed exploration and collaborative discussion in understanding the lunar libration.
This finding implies that it is important to establish a sustainable learning community to
design and conduct multimodality modeling lessons in informal learning settings.
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This paper was presented at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education, held in Singapore from 16-30 Nov 2012
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