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JOAMS 2022 Vol.10(1): 22-26
doi: 10.18178/joams.10.1.22-26

Challenge Based Learning 360 Filmmakers: Perspectives and Advance Positive Action toward the Sustainable Development Goals to Empower Learners as Creators and Changemakers

Arlette Audiffred Hinojosa
ITESM /PrepaTec, Morelia, Mexico

Abstract—Immersive journalism in the form of virtual reality VR headsets and 360 ° video is becoming increasingly common, the video outperformed those who read the same stories using text with images, not only in results related to presence such as being there, interaction and realism, but also in the source of perceived credibility. These findings have theoretical implications for the psychology of virtual reality and practical applications for immersive journalism in particular and interactive media in general. High School students at PrepaTec Morelia created an immersive 360 narrative video using the camera Samsung Gear 360 Real 360 Degree 4k Vr and Oculus VR headsets. In these 360 videos the students expose the water problem in their city Morelia Michoacán México, using design thinking research matrix and CANVAS model from Digital Promise to generate their proposal. These videos were sent to the United Nations Showcase through Digital Promise's My World 360 °. At the beginning of the project a five question survey on a scale likert from 1 to 5 where, 1 is very satisfactory and 5 unsatisfactory, about water conservation and how much the students felt involved in the water community problem, the same survey was applied at the end of the project. The results obtained at the presurvey were grades of 3.81 with standard deviation of 1.20 and grades of 4.25 with standard deviation of 1.19 at the postsurvey. Through this project we encouraged students to become agents of change within their community and at the same time acquire socioemotional skills, critical thinking, communication and digital literacy. 

Index Terms—digital storytelling, citizenship, 360 ° videos, media literacy, virtual reality, educational innovation, higher education

Cite: Arlette Audiffred Hinojosa, "Challenge Based Learning 360 Filmmakers: Perspectives and Advance Positive Action toward the Sustainable Development Goals to Empower Learners as Creators and Changemakers," Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 22-26, March 2022. doi: 10.18178/joams.10.1.22-26

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