MITE6323@Keithing

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Reflection: Session 4

In the session 4 of this module, I learned what learning object is and the classification of them. On the class, I experienced a lot of wonderful examples of learning objects. I hope I will be able to produce useful learning objects in the future.

The following is a simple learning object to make people think about what impacts the raindrop shape.





Information Source:
http://www.amastro.org/at/w/wrds.html

Now, do you easily know what impacts the raindrop shape?

About learning object, in HK schools, presentation objects are mostly found. In fact, the information and knowledge in these presentation objects can be delievered as other forms of learning object to enhance learning effectiveness. However, due to the limitation of resources, effective learning objects are seldom produced.

From http://www.learnactivity.com/lo/, Daniel's definition of learning object shows the value of learning object, so I think it is worthwhile to produce them. Similar point of view is also found from the last paragraph of my previous post "Reflection: Session 2".

8 Comments:

  • At 6/22/2006 10:13 PM, Blogger Kelvin Leung said…

    simple yet effective!

    I noticed that you used the same reference as Christina, which is slightly different from the one Maxi and I used. I wonder which one is closer to reality?

     
  • At 6/22/2006 11:19 PM, Blogger Terence Chow said…

    Hi Keith,

    Your design looks great !

    What development tools you are using with it ? Or could I type in the "radius" of rain drop for its output ?

    Cheers,
    Terence

     
  • At 6/23/2006 10:44 AM, Blogger Mr. Chan CB said…

    I like very much the animation of the clouds moving upwards. That gives a very strong visual impact that the raindrop is actually falling rather than standing still.

    My only criticism is you haven't mentioned the measure such as in radius, diameter, etc.

     
  • At 6/23/2006 12:22 PM, Blogger Keith Ma said…

    Thanks~!
    I also think valid and comprehensive information is a must when we do our task. However, as the time constraint, I will firstly consider the way of expression and perception. Thus, The scope of information analysis is not my prior concern in this case.

     
  • At 6/23/2006 6:25 PM, Blogger Maria said…

    Your learning object is attractive and interactive, I like it very much!

     
  • At 6/23/2006 7:28 PM, Blogger Amy Kan said…

    I share the same view with Alan. The most obvious difference between your product and our classmates' is the moving cloud. But if more information about what impact the shape of raindrop is provided, it would be better. Anyway, your design is great.

     
  • At 6/25/2006 3:55 PM, Blogger Chris said…

    The feel of raindrop falling (or rising) by holding the arrow keys is like the PC game. Maybe you can teach us how to program the left and right arrow keys to control the movement of the droplet to bypass birds for safe landing. A very interesting animation, thx!

     
  • At 8/11/2006 6:18 PM, Blogger aliscia said…

    I'm impressed with your site, very nice graphics!
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