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Title: 學齡前兒童性教育數位繪本之設計
Design of the Digital Picture Book of Sexuality Education for Preschool Children
Authors: 陳宇
Chen, Yu
Contributors: 陳宜秀

Chen, Yi-hsiu
Liao, Chun-Feng

Chen, Yu
Keywords: 學齡前兒童
Preschool children
Sexuality education
Digital picture books
Interactive design
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-11-01 12:18:22 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 近年來,相關的媒體報導未成年人遭受性侵引發全社會的關注,學齡前兒童性教育也逐漸受到了重視,該如何幫助父母對孩子進行性教育是一個難題。因此,本研究透過性教育結合數位繪本做設計,希望能幫助父母與孩子在性教育上的溝通及性知識的傳授,也希望增加兒童性教育繪本的社會接受度,能為性教育的不同方式提供相應的參考。
In recent years, reports of sexual assault on minors have aroused society’s anger, and the sex education of preschool children has received much attention. How we can help parents provide their children proper sex knowledge is a challenging issue. This work intends to design digital picture books as the medium to provide sex education, hoping to help parents and preschool children and promote increased social acceptance of children’s sex education materials to protect our next generation.
Picture books are a suitable communication medium for parents and children because they contain attractive pictures, easy-to-read texts, and even 3-dimensional figures. As more and more children are exposed to digital media at early ages, digital picture books are another medium worth consideration. The digital elements provide readers with a richer experience, incorporating sounds, animation, and more interactions.
This research first designed a prototype of a digital picture book named “Covered Little Secrets” based on the contents and styles suitable for preschool children to provide sex education. The digital picture book consists of a storytelling portion followed by a Q&A session, allowing parents and children to read it together to learn the knowledge with fun.
In the evaluation phase, six groups of child-parent dyads were invited to test out the digital picture book. The processes were video recorded, and the children’s responses were observed, followed by a semi-structured interview. The results show that preschool children have strong digital learning abilities and are highly interested in interaction. Parents interviewed believe that digital picture books could help them deliver the proper knowledge to their children and that animation and interactive functions could help children understand the content. However, according to their prior exposure to digital products, their level of interest in digital picture books and learning may vary. Those who use digital products more frequently may demand more interaction to sustain their attention. Second, preschool children pay more attention to the interactive functions in picture books than to acoustic assistance.
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