Research on Blended Teaching Mode Based on Internet Plus
With the development of Internet technology, teaching methods are also constantly innovating. As a form of innovation in the Internet plus, blended teaching has produced a relatively important influence in the field of teaching. This paper uses content analysis method to analyze the existing online courses of modern educational technology, understand the current status of modern educational technology courses, and focus on the mixed teaching needs of modern educational technology. Determine the learner’s current level of knowledge and skill level, and find out the gap between the modern educational technology teaching goal and the current learner’s situation, from the learner’s online learning, offline learning, learner learning starting point, and learning expectation. Investigate to understand the needs of learners in the upcoming blended instruction and propose strategies to meet learner needs.
KeywordsModern educational technology Blended teaching Learning needs
This work is supported by National Institute of Computer Basic Education in Colleges and Universities (2018-AFCEC-082).
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