Year 2014, Volume 15 , Issue 3, Pages 94 - 107 2014-09-01

Awareness And Cognitive Load Levels Of Teacher Candidates Towards Student Products Made By Digital Storytelling

Figen KILIC [1]


The purpose of this research is to assess the student products created by digital storytelling, and to determine the awareness towards learning the topic and the cognitive loads of students during the process. Research was performed with a total of 52 teacher candidates attending 2nd class at “Classroom Teacher” department of Mersin University Faculty of Education in 2012-2013 education years. General scanning model was used to determine the cognitive loads and awareness of student products, created by teacher candidates through digital storytelling, for learning the topic. As a result of the Research, we reached the conclusion that the awareness related to basic concepts and program created by digital storytelling increased, and there was not a cognitive overload. Also, students’ opinions were taken on the process and according to acquired data, it was concluded that the students were pleased with the process, their awareness increased, and they made plans to improve what they learned and use them in the future. In line with acquired findings, it was suggested that experimental studies should be made on this topic.
Digital Storytelling, Cognitive Load, Awareness
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Author: Figen KILIC

Dates

Application Date : February 27, 2015
Acceptance Date : June 19, 2021
Publication Date : September 1, 2014

APA Kılıc, F . (2014). Awareness And Cognitive Load Levels Of Teacher Candidates Towards Student Products Made By Digital Storytelling . Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 15 (3) , 94-107 . DOI: 10.17718/tojde.90227