Attempt of JiTT Based on Cloud-Based Class—Review of Acid Properties as Example
International Journal of Elementary Education
Volume 7, Issue 4, December 2018, Pages: 46-50
Received: Nov. 4, 2018; Accepted: Nov. 20, 2018; Published: Jan. 4, 2019
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Ni Shengjun, Department of Teaching and Research Section, Longgang Teachers’ Continuing Education Institute, Shenzhen, China
Fu Shaowu, Department of Teaching Office, Qiying School, Shenzhen, China
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Abstract
Feedback is the lifeline of classroom teaching. In teaching, how to immediately feedback students' learning situation is often based on the teacher's subjective judgment. Teaching based on Cloud-based Class is one of the ways to try to realize JiTT teaching. Taking the teaching of the review of acid properties in the junior middle school chemistry class as an example, the author tries the JiTT teaching mode, uses the Cloud-based Class to realize the real-time interaction, resource push and homework tasks between teachings, and records the students' learning behaviors in real time through cloud services to achieve process evaluation and individualized teaching. According to the platform characteristics of the Cloud-based Class, JiTT teaching mode theory, combined with the practical experience of junior middle school chemistry teaching, the teaching strategy model based on Cloud-based class is proposed. The teaching model has three advantages. First, teaching feedback is more efficient, second, participation motivation is stronger, and third, process evaluation is more scientific. At the same time, it also puts forward three points of thinking based on the teaching model. Firstly, it should pay attention to the consistency of teaching objectives, teaching activities and evaluation. Secondly, the construction of information-based teaching environment is the basis for the curriculum integration. Finally, the school and parents’ concept change is a guarantee for blended learning.
Keywords
Cloud-based Class, JiTT, Immediate Feedback, Acid Properties, Chemistry-review Class, Junior Middle School
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Ni Shengjun, Fu Shaowu, Attempt of JiTT Based on Cloud-Based Class—Review of Acid Properties as Example, International Journal of Elementary Education. Vol. 7, No. 4, 2018, pp. 46-50. doi: 10.11648/j.ijeedu.20180704.11
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