Constructing Platform for Distance Training of the National Training Program Based on Learning Cell

Bi XU

Abstract


With the progressive development of national training program, training areas and the numbers of participating in the training increases every year, but most of the projects set the training time is short, the training of teachers needed to rely mainly on the distance training. Current of distance training in some area uneven, less effective. Based on the analysis of the current situation on distance training, the article constructs platform of enhancing distance training quality on the ground of Learning Cell, which contains some characteristic functions of integration learning activities with learning content, KNS network, collaborative editing, paragraph annotation , procedural information evaluation.

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Learning cell; National training program; Distance training

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

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