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Blended Teaching Mode and Practice under the Background of “Internet +”: Case Study of Economics

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2021.040621 | Downloads: 4 | Views: 187

Author(s)

Chunling Wen 1, Qingchun Kong 1, Yan Ren 1

Affiliation(s)

1 College of Economics and Management, Heilongjiang Bayi Agricultural University, No.5, Xinfeng Road, High-tech District , Daqing, China

Corresponding Author

Chunling Wen

ABSTRACT

With the booming development of Internet technology and the increasing of online learning resources, the attraction of traditional teaching mode is gradually decreasing. How to design teaching mode to arouse students’ interest in learning is a major challenge for educators. This paper constructs a blended online-to-offline teaching mode based on SPOC, takes Economics as an example to explore the design and organization of blended online-to-offline teaching process and the assessment of learning results, in order to provide reference for blended teaching in universities. The paper gets the following enlightenment, the blended teaching mode can achieve learning effect as the traditional teaching mode, but it can improve students’ learning enthusiasm and initiative.

KEYWORDS

Blended Teaching, Blended Learning, Online-to-offline, Mode, “Internet +”

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Chunling Wen, Qingchun Kong, Yan Ren, Blended Teaching Mode and Practice under the Background of “Internet +”: Case Study of Economics. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2021) 4: 110-114. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2021.040621.

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