The Construction of the Evaluation System of College English Autonomous Learning in Web

Mingjie BAO

Abstract


Modern information technology with the network as the core is affecting and changing our education. Exploring and improving the evaluation system of college English autonomous learning in Web is the key to education reform. Based on constructivism theory and educational evaluation theory, in the process of constructing the evaluation system, we should make the evaluation target accurate to play a goal-oriented evaluation function, carry out formative evaluation to stimulate students’ learning awareness, reflect the diversification of evaluation subjects to expand the source channels of evaluation information, focus on the diversification of evaluation methods to cultivate students’ self-evaluation capacity and conduct multi-dimensional, multi-directional and multi-level evaluation to improve the reliability and validity of the evaluation. Thus we can make the evaluation system more scientific and rational and can promote to realize the goals of college English teaching.


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Evaluation system; Autonomous learning; College English; Network environment

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11884

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