Dilemma and Solution of Emotional Communication Between Teacher and Students the Time of MOOCs: On Emotional Education in the Process of Scholarship of Teaching in Digital Era

Xiaohong LI, Bijuan Guo, Longbiao Zhong

Abstract


MOOC has changed the way of traditional classroom teaching completely,which show the unique advantages in terms of the presentation of interactivity, teaching content and information , but it is out of balance when referring to knowledge exchange and emotional communication, which may lead to deficiency of emotion in the process of accumulating knowledge. While designing lessons, great attention should be paid to emotional communication, analyzing and dealing with teaching contents according to the aspect of emotion , digitizing human emotion, promoting flipped classroom in the process of teaching practice.


Keywords


MOOC; Emotional communication Flipped Class, Digitalize emotion

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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