Title: Beweging en stilstand: anders en toch weer niet
Other Titles: Movement and standstill: different and yet not
Authors: Elen, Jan # ×
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Wolters-Noordhoff
Series Title: Pedagogische Studiën vol:90 issue:6 pages:27-30
Abstract: Context
Negentig jaar geleden publiceerden twee hoogstaande geleerden – Révész en Hazewinkel – in Pedagogische Studiën een intrigerend werkstuk over de “didactische waarde van de projectielantaarn en de bioskoop”. Intrigerend onder meer omdat het werd geschreven door een internationaal
team (Hongarije – Nederland) uit een laboratorium dat niet heel lang heeft bestaan en omdat het een toentertijd revolutionaire technologie: de kinematografie, tot onderzoeksobject neemt.

In the early twenties of the last century Révész and Hazewinkel published their research on the learning
impact of ‘lantern slides and films’. A rereading of their work reveals early interest in experimental research
to validate theoretical claims. By strictly focusing on the distinction between static and dynamic images
the authors highlight the need to focus on relevant attributes in media-comparison research. Research on
dynamic versus static images is even now not conclusive. Although not fully elaborated the work of Révész
and Hazewinkel already show that a search for the best is vane. We have learned that this search is best
replaced by a critical analysis of the circumstances under which static and/or dynamic images might be more
beneficial. Reading the work of Révész and Hazewinkel reveals the mainly methodological progress made in
educational research. It also shows that fundamental challenges remain largely unchanged.
ISSN: 0165-0645
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Instructional Psychology and Technology
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