Phenomenography-based Study on MOOC Deep Learning Mode
Jiuru Huang 1 *
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1 College of Marxism, Heilongjiang University, Harbin, CHINA* Corresponding Author


Phenomenography is a kind of teaching methodology put forward and used by the research team of education at University of Gothenburg, Sweden. It is between the macro level and the micro level. In recent years, the empirical study carried out with phenomenography in Western education research field has been widely accepted. At the same time, it is worth noting whether MOOC will overturn traditional teaching methods in university. This has always been a hot topic from the fanatical pursuit of MOOC to rational reflection upon it. Education researchers around the world all hope to explore a new teaching model to improve the quality and efficiency of modern tertiary education by virtue of the power of MOOC, which makes it possible to apply phenomenography to the MOOC teaching mode. This paper endeavors to carry out essential analysis on the quantity difference and qualitative difference involved in the individual experience phenomenon to improve the influential factors restricting MOOC itself, thus releasing the vitality of the micro subject (teachers and students) and making up for the limitations of MOOC compared with traditional teaching.


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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 11, November 2017, 7599-7604

Publication date: 14 Nov 2017

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