The Application of Information Technology in China’s Classroom Teaching

Aiping CAO

Abstract


The paper briefly sums up the application of different information technology in China’s classroom teaching with the advances in modern technology, including the audio-visual teaching, the multimedia teaching, the interactive electronic whiteboard teaching, and the micro-teaching.


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