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A Comparative Analysis of Cognitive Thinking Process for Character Design Between Korea and China (한국과 중국의 캐릭터 디자인과정 인지적 사고특성 비교분석)

  • Zhang, Xiao Bo;Kim, KieSu
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.17 no.9
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    • pp.672-680
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    • 2017
  • Today the distribution of characters in the consumer market based on digital smart phones is expanding, and the characters themselves are sold with independent merchandise, also various application researches about character are being activated. However, depending on the style of worker 's work on the design process of Korea and China regarding characters, there are differences in design characteristics and the diversity of work. In this study, we attempted to investigate the implications of these designers on the development of creative character design through in-depth research and experiment. Therefore, previous researches of cognitive science were investigated and cognitive experiments were conducted on design process for experts. For this research experiment, the initial sketch stage in the character work of Korea and China was recorded by the method of the designer by the subject through the protocol analysis method which is the qualitative research method. We coded the collected language based on this recording experiment and analyzed the problem behavior. We examined how the cognitive acts are done by the designer to develop the characters. The behavior characteristics and the accidental characteristics. The differences of the behavioral characteristics and the accidental characteristics in each step of the character design process were identified. Through these cognitive experiments, we could examine the behavior analysis of the design thinking process in Korea and China. In the field of design practice, we can set the direction of the design work process of the two countries and help us to produce creative and individual results. I think. These studies are expected to contribute to practical application of product marketing and new cooperation development methods in terms of activation of character industry in the future.

Design of Instructional Models for Underserved Science Gifted Students (소외된 과학영재들의 사고력 향상을 위한 수업모형 설계)

  • Park, Ki-yong;Park, Eun-young;Jung, Eun-shik
    • Journal of Science Education
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    • v.33 no.2
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    • pp.321-335
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of this study was to design of instructional models for underserved science gifted students, especially developing the thinking skills. We made orientation and methodology to design of instructional models. According to these orientation and methodology, we designed instructional models that improving cognitive thinking and affective attitude of underserved science gifted students. Particularly, we designed instructional models that is composed of objective, activity, evaluation. According to the Bloom's cognitive educational objective taxonomy(cognitive thinking process) and Krathwohl's affective educational objective taxonomy(affective attitude), we designed integrated(cognitive and affective) and progressive 4 stages or steps instructional models.

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A Study on Instructional Methods based on Computational Thinking Using Modular Data Analysis Tools for AI Education in Elementary School (모듈형 데이터 분석 도구를 활용한 컴퓨팅사고력 기반의 초등학교 인공지능교육 교수학습방법 연구)

  • Shin, Seungki
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.25 no.6
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    • pp.917-925
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    • 2021
  • This study aims to specify a constructivism-based instructional method using a modular data analysis tool. The value and meaning of a modular data analysis tool have been examined to be applied in the national curriculum for artificial intelligence education and the process of cultivating problem-solving ability based on computational thinking. The modular data analysis tool visually expresses the cognitive thinking process that forms the schema in equilibrating through assimilation and adjustment. Artificial intelligence education has features that embody abstract knowledge and structure the data analysis module through the represented schema as a BlackBox implemented as an algorithm. Therefore, the value of the modular data analysis tool could be examined because it has the advantage of connecting the conceptual and implicit schema.

Exploring Teachers' Perceptions of Computational Thinking Embedded in Professional Development Program (컴퓨팅 사고를 반영한 교사연수 과정에서 나타난 교사의 인식 탐색)

  • Hwang, Gyu Jin;Park, Young-Shin
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.42 no.3
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    • pp.344-364
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    • 2021
  • The study explored how two elementary school teachers perceived computational thinking, reflected them into curriculum revision, and taught them in the classroom during longitudinal professional developed program (PDP) for nine months. Computational thinking is a new direction in educational policy-making including science education; therefore we planned to investigate participating teachers' perception of computational thinking to provide their fundamental understandings. Nine meetings, lasting about two hours each, were held with the participating teachers and they developed 11 lesson plans for one unit each, as they formed new understandings about computational thinking. Data were collected through PDP program while two teachers started perceiving computational thinking, revising their curriculum, and implementing it into their class for nine months. The results were as follows; first, elementary school teachers' perception of computational thinking was that the definition of scientific literacy as the purpose of science education was extended, i.e., it refers to scientific literacy to prepare students to be creative problem solvers. Second, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) lessons were divided into two stages; concept formation stage where scientific thinking is emphasized, and concept application, where computational thinking is emphasized. Thirdly, computational thinking is a cognitive thinking process, and ICT (informational and communications technology) is a functional tool. Fourth, computational thinking components appear repeatedly and may not be sequential. Finally, STEAM education can be improved by utilizing computational thinking. Based on this study, we imply that STEAM education can be activated by computational thinking when teachers are equipped with competencies of understanding and implementing computational thinking within the systematic PDPs, which is very essential for newly policies.

Analysis on designer's cognitive thinking process in 3D animation design (3D 애니메이션 제작을 위한 디자이너의 인지적 사고과정 분석)

  • Kim, Kie-Su
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • s.20
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    • pp.1-14
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    • 2010
  • The success of a three-dimensional blockbuster movie, AVARTA, brought an public attention on the expansion of three-dimensional computer applications, and it allows experts predict further hardware technology developments to support the such applications. Futhermore, an internet based infra structure and three-dimensional structure, third generation network community, advanced computer networks have influenced advancement in computer technology within the 3D game industry and the spread of 2D computer animation technologies. This advancement of computer technologies allow the industry to overcome a limitation of generating cultural design contexts existed within 2D network community. However, despite of the expansion of 2D and 3D computer technologies, a limitation of analysing designers' intentions on morphology of digital contents and user interface still exists. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to analyze (1) present conditions of the 3D industry and (2) protocols of designers' cognitive design processes based on their design communication, contents, and tools. Analysis was conducted based on literature reviews and case precedent analyses. For the analysis, a 2D Avarta sketch character was designed and then applied into a 3D game system. Observations how designers solve cultural problem within the structure via Avarta were conducted. Outcomes were then coded for further analysis.

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