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3D animation representations and dynamic operations invite learners to become involved in learning ambience, and when applied to math learning, increases learners' math learning interests and calculation abilities. Therefore, this study uses computer 3D animation to visualize gradual changes in graphs as a supplement for learners to understand math operations. When applied to teaching, teachers can compare the diagram coordinates with steps of math problem solving to help students deduce the solution; they can also use learning programs to enhance students' understanding and memory by visualization. When learners successfully solve math questions, their learning motives will be activated. In the long-term, learners will have better learning motives, as well as higher learning efficiency.
Computer and Automation Engineering (ICCAE), 2010 The 2nd International Conference on (Volume:5 )
Date of Conference: 26-28 Feb. 2010