A Study on Integrating Bloom’s Taxonomy with AI Learning Partners to Enhance Self-Directed Learning in Visual Communication Drawing Courses (78762)

Session Information: Teaching and Learning the Arts
Session Chair: Rizal Dapat

Sunday, 26 May 2024 09:30
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 703
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

In the aftermath of technological advancements and the global pandemic, the rapid development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has significantly impacted people's lives and learning experiences. However, post-pandemic, students' learning patterns in physical classrooms have shown noticeable differences from pre-pandemic times. Therefore, this study delves into the new challenges faced by teachers and students in a design drawing course, attempting to innovate by integrating Bloom's Educational Taxonomy Model to enhance students' self-directed learning. The research focuses on the second-year Visual Communication Drawing course in a Taiwanese design department, emphasizing the drawing of products and explanatory diagrams incorporating perspective principles. Applying Bloom's Taxonomy, the study clarifies the roles of teachers, AI, and students in the instructional environment, guiding students in selecting appropriate tools and techniques to cultivate core competencies such as "problem-solving" and "self-directed learning." In the pre-planning phase, teachers and AI learning partners provide guidance on drawing directions and guide students in problem exploration. The design verification phase includes conceptual development and verification of drawing implementation, while the effectiveness assessment phase emphasizes presenting project outcomes and cultivating students' evaluation and reflective abilities. The anticipated outcomes of this research not only include enhancing students' learning motivation and proactivity but also cultivating their awareness of the living environment. Ultimately, the research aims to strengthen students' graphic expression skills, serving as a valuable reference for design education and curriculum planning in related fields.

YaYu Huang, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Jui-che Tu, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

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