Construction of “Five-micro-in-one” Blended Golden Course of Advanced Mathematics

Guoxiang GUI

Abstract


At present, the teaching of the course Advanced Mathematics in colleges and universities has many problems, such as excessive contents for classroom teaching, tight class hours, teaching limited in the classroom and affected learning initiative of students. In this paper, starting from the background of educational informationization and the practical problems in the teaching of the Advanced Mathematics, the existing teaching and learning problems could be partly solved by the construction of the “five-micro-in-one” online and offline blended golden course of the Advanced Mathematics, i.e. the course integrates micro-video, micro-teaching design, micro-interaction, micro-textbook and micro-exercises into one, with textbook content as the supporting point and the revolution of the “student-centered” learning style as the power point and on the basis of the in-depth analysis of teaching content and course system.

 


Keywords


Five-micro-in-one; Online and offline blended golden course; Construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11374

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