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The Interactive Teaching Design for Assisting Preschool Children in Learning Colors
Color mixing teaching
CMY color system
|Issue Date:||2018-07-24 11:04:31 (UTC+8)|
Color teaching is an important part of the preschool education system. Preschool children’s exposure to color can promote their cognitive development and help them better explore and understand the world. Today’s preschool color education classroom model is more difficult to meet the learning needs of preschool children who are growing up in a digital environment. Most of the color teaching applications are just digital traditional textbooks, which are not high in learnability and playability. This study hopes to design a mobile application that assists color teaching to help improve the way and experience of preschool children’s color knowledge learning.
This study combines the behavioral characteristics exploration of preschool children’s cognitive learning, the theoretical study of classroom color teaching, the strategic interviews of classroom teaching at the present stage, and the results of the existing color teaching application analysis. The system prototype design is derived from the teaching content and interactive methods. The system uses the CMY hue circle as the basis of color mixing theory to help preschool children develop the correct concept of color system. A visual representation of liquid mixing helps preschoolers to understand the process of color mixing more intuitively. The system provides an interactive way of combining the digital textbook with the real environment to improve the learning motivation and learning attention of preschool children, thus helping teachers to focus more on teaching. After two design and adjustment of the system prototype, the rationality of the textbook’s content and expression and the validity of the interaction mode were verified.
This research is a teaching application that attempts to use CMY accurate color system, and designs an operation mode that interacts with the real environment to provide reference for other color teaching application developers.
Keywords: color mixing teaching, CMY color system, interactive design
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