On College Blended Learning Based on MOOC

Xiaoli BAO

Abstract


Emergence of MOOC brings the revolution of traditional education. In view of the fact that MOOC can combine the advantages of traditional classroom and online learning, teachers and scholars advocate MOOC to become the mainstream of education development pattern. At present, current college English teaching situation is not so optimistic, the author attempts to construct blended learning mode and carries out a study on blended learning mode. The results of the study prove the feasibility of this new teaching model.


Keywords


College Blended Learning; MOOC; Teaching experiment

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References


Driscoll, M. (2002). Blended learning: Let’s get beyond the hype. E-Learning, (3).




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

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