The Study of the Educational Decision-Making: Based on the Hall for Workshop of Metasynthetic Engineering: A Case Study on the Additional Sports Test in the College Entrance Examination

Bo YU

Abstract


We make a first attempt to introduce the Hall for Workshop of Metasynthetic Engineering (HWME) which is an important method applied in the field of the decision-making of complex system with Chinese characteristics, and illustrate the framework about HWME’s application in educational decision-making. Taking the policy decision-making of additional sports college entrance examination as the simulation object, we elaborate on the use of technology HWME’s rules and processes. This research also simulates HWME in practical application of educational decision-making in three aspects—the knowledge system, machine system and expert system. Therefore, the application of operational educational decision-making HWME will be conducive to the improvement of educational decision-making system and promote the institutionalization and scientization of educational decision-making.


Keywords


Educational decision-making; Hall for workshop of metasynthetic engineering; College entrance examination; Sports

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