Developing, Sharing, and Using of Micro-lectures in Region: Implications Derived from a Government-Oriented Micro-lecture Project in Shanghai
Micro-lectures are an effective educational resource, which not only benefit students’ learning but also benefit teachers’ professional development. There is a growing interest in developing, sharing, and using of micro-lectures for teachers, schools, local governments, researchers, and other stakeholders. This chapter introduces a typical government-oriented project, “J class” micro-lecture project, which is an ICT in education project with the vision that provides quality learning resources, supports individualized learning, and balances inter-region education in Putuo district, Shanghai. Three implications with regard to teaching innovation are further made in order to provide a point of references for other district to implement micro-lectures inter-region application.
KeywordsMicro-lectures J class Educational resources Balanced education
The funding of this chapter is supported by the project of international ICT in education, which was entrusted by “MOE-Intel.”
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