Personal Training Evaluation System Design for High Education
Dahui Li 1  
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Qi Fan 1
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Qiqihar University, China.
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Dahui Li   

School of Computer and Control Engineering, Qiqihar University, Qiqihar, Heilongjiang 161000, China. Tel: +86-18645213579.
Publish date: 2017-06-27
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(7):4333–4342
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Coordinating the relation between curriculum system, teacher achievements and student academic records is an urgent question to be solved. Solute the question needs a multi-disciplinary knowledge, multi-sectoral cooperation. Related operations include qualification, evaluation of quantitative management, process guidance, personality analysis and rating subsystems. In order to solve the problem of colleges management, the colleges urgently needs an intelligent management system for the evaluation, guidance and auditing of academic records. First of all, the paper analyzes the state of academic records at home and abroad. This paper puts forward the records system of college students' academic records based on Browser / Server structure, which is based on the records of relevant scholars and the influencing factors of practice, analysis and determination of academic records. Through the analysis of the system business, the demand and function, the system composition is constructed. Then, the evaluation system will be designed. Through the basic information management, certificate management, evaluation management and student academic model design, the system design is finished. Finally, the paper analyses the role of the evaluation system. The system is able to systematically and standardize most of the work in the course, teacher, and academic records management workflow. The system not only guarantee the quality of teaching, but also make academic records evaluation more effective, more powerful process management, and effective communication.
 
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