عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this research, which is an observational-documental library approach, is to explain the model of interactive- educational documentary film production based on the new teaching-learning theory of David Azubel.
View instructional videos used in the country's education system and content-producing sites of these videos such as Faradars site as targeted sample site and documentary films "Man with a Camera" (1929), the world wide web Documentary "Man with a Camera" (2010), "The Journey to the End of Coal" (2008), "Living in a Day" (2011), have been studied as targeted examples in the interactive documentary film group. Criterias for instructional film production, interactive documentary style, audience psychology, and meaningful instruction in David Azov's New Teaching-Learning Theory have all been studied and discussed to explain the teaching-interactive documentary film production model based on the new teaching-learning theory so that the proposed model can be used in interactive educational documentary film as a teacher in education.
Watching movies according to the criteria stated suggests that the audience's attention is on films that are focused on meaningful learning. As a result, observing what is said in the interactive educational documentary film, in addition to providing meaningful learning for the audience in every time and every places no longer needs to be teacher for them.
"Documentary Film", "Educational Documentary Film", "Interactive Documentary Film", "Learning and Educational", "Teaching Learning" "Audio Visual Education"