Inquiry on the “Six Processes Progressive Research-Based Teaching Mode” in Networked Environment

Shangzhi ZOU, Lei DENG

Abstract


Research-based teaching is a new teaching concept which developed from the constructive learning theory, and guided by the idea “learn by doing, do by learning, learning whilst doing”. In a networked environment, to construct a teaching method consisted of 6 progressive core processes which are “doing”, “observing”, “experimenting”, “inquiring”, “imagining” and “creating”, would not only fully embody the teaching features of information era, but also enrich students’ cognitive tools make teaching circumstances more vivid. Based on the analysis of 624 middle school students’ test results, it could be seen that “six process progressive teaching mode” has significant improving effects on students’ learning interest, studying attitude, collaborative ability, knowledge level, creating and practical capacity.


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Online courses; Teaching method; Research-based study

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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