Challenges and Changes of MOOC to Traditional Classroom Teaching Mode

Chengjie YU

Abstract


MOOC, namely massive open online courses, called as Mu Ke in China, is a new teaching model whose emergence is a great challenge to the traditional classroom teaching mode. MOOC has many advantages which the traditional teaching mode does not have, but it also has many shortcomings and problems. On the basis of analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of Mu Ke, this article tries to achieve a high degree of integration of MOOC and the traditional classroom teaching mode, proposes the concepts of flipped classroom and SPOC, and explores a new teaching mode in order to realize the reform of credit system.


Keywords


MOOC; Traditional classroom teaching; Blended teaching; Flipped classroom; SPOC

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

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