In recent years, MOOC, SPOC and other online teaching modes have attracted widespread attention. Online teaching platforms such as Tencent Classroom and MOOC of Chinese universities have emerged in an endless stream. During the 2020 outbreak of COVID-19, schools at all levels actively engaged in online teaching. The problems and challenges faced in the course of this teaching process will push the research hotspots of modern educational technology to construct the online teaching model that meets the needs of colleges and universities in the context of "Internet + Education". This study collected the evaluation and feedback of college students from different universities and different majors on online teaching mode and teaching platform, conducted a quantitative study of SPSS samples, and analyzed the influence of learners' and teachers' participation on online teaching effect. Results show that: there is a positive correlation between learners' attitude towards online teaching and the effect of online teaching, and between learners' participation and the effect of online teaching. There is also a positive correlation between teacher’s participation and effect of online teaching. There is no clear correlation between learners' use of equipment and online teaching effectiveness. Through the interview, learners reported low self-evaluation in online learning, and there are some problems in the teaching process, such as lack of teaching experience, poor platform interaction ability, and low supervision ability of managers. This study argues that in the development of online teaching, learners' and platform users' sense of experience and teachers' participation should be further improved and perfected.
Zhang, Jiangxue and Chen, Kaiquan
"Analysis of the cores of these Improvements of Online Teaching System and Model－Based on the Evaluation and Feedback on the Online Teaching Model and Teaching Platform,"
Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE): Vol. 13
, Article 6.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/jetde/vol13/iss2/6