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Volume 8, 2021
Issue 1 (March)
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Wan Xiaoxia, School of Information Engineering, Yancheng Teachers University, Yancheng, China.
Chen Shuangshuang, School of Information Engineering, Yancheng Teachers University, Yancheng, China.
In the spring of 2020, COVID-19 raged across the world, the normal life, study, and production have been greatly affected. In the case that school learning was not possible. In order not to affect study of college students, we executed the policy that "suspended class but ongoing teaching, suspended class but ongoing learning". Most of the courses were taught online. The course “Data Structure and Algorithm” for students majoring in digital media technology in our college was also taught online in this context. Herein, we combined various learning systems with each other, combining with the characteristics of the course itself, and designed a blended teaching mode. Online teaching and learning was executed with Tencent QQ platform, Cloud class of moso teach, Chinese University MOOC and Mu Classroom platforms, etc. On the QQ platform, we discussed some issues each other. Learning resource was shared and homework was uploaded in the cloud system. On the Chinese University MOOC, students could learn videos for early preview or after class review, etc. After a period of teaching, most of the students have mastered the required knowledge. As a whole, the blended learning mode has helped us to learn some basic knowledge and programming skills. In the future, even if offline teaching is carried out, this blended teaching mode will still be adopted.
Data Structure and Algorithm, Teaching Mode, Online Teaching, Asynchronous SPOC, Blended Learning
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