Seen in blockbuster and Hollywood movies and television advertisements, you can see babies singing arias, bowls of cereal dancing, or animals acting like regular humans than soap-opera stars do. This is all thanks to the sophisticated computer animation. Indeed, our children our affected by it.
In thinking about education, most people do not understand the impact that technology has on students in their daily lives. Many schools and students are missing out on the richness of this technology. Today, interactive, multimedia technology provides us with new ways to draw upon children's natural impulses. This new holds an abundance of materials including animation. Bringing all these new media together means that we can vastly expand the range of learning experiences, opening up social and natural worlds. Students can explore the relations among ideas and thus experience a more connected form of learning. Perhaps, most importantly, this new media is connected to engage learning. Students can choose what to see and do, and they have media, to record and extend what they learn. Learning is thus driven by the individual needs and interests and than the interests of the learner.