Dazhi Xu1, Yan Gao2*
1College of Economics and Management, Hunan University of Arts and Sciences, Changde 415000, China
2College of Arts, Hunan University of Arts and Sciences, Changde 415000, China
With the rapid development of the information age, the form of teaching organization has undergone a fundamental change. MOOC is an open and shared learning resource with a very wide audience. This article systematically researches through research methods of literature and survey, and the research found that college MOOC teaching has a series of problems such as the top-level design of the curriculum system and the lack of professional relevance, the single teaching method, and the insufficient design of curriculum modules. The research proposes that the reform of the MOOC teaching model in colleges and universities should strengthen the top-level design and professionalism of MOOC courses; explore diversified MOOC teaching methods; follow the FPFI model to design course modules; effectively use big data and assessment methods to improve student learning efficiency.
MOOC, curriculum system, teaching method
Dazhi Xu, Yan Gao. The Realistic Dilemma and Path Exploration of the Construction of MOOC in Colleges and Universities. Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 5: 45-48. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2021.040513.
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