Abstract

Aiming to solve the contradiction between the problem-based teaching and limited class hours in engineering courses, an instructional design of Optical System Design course using informatization teaching resources is introduced in this paper. By using a massive open online course(MOOC) and other informatization teaching method, students can learn the basic knowledge and methods after class by themselves, while the class hours can be mainly used to face-to-face problem-discussing between teachers and students as well as among students themselves. In this way, the class is extended profitably. The students’ potential were well stimulated. With the application of informatization methods, the problem-based teaching and learning can be carried out more efficiently.

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2019 (2)

Jacqueline Wong and Martine Baars et al., “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Online Learning Environments and MOOCs, A Systematic Review”, International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, Vol. 35,356–373(2019)
[Crossref]

N.A. Albelbisi, “The role of quality factors in supporting self-regulated learning (SRL) skills in MOOC environment”, Education Information Technologies, Volume 24, 1681–1698(2019)
[Crossref]

2018 (1)

nés Gil-Jaurena and Daniel Domínguez, “Teachers’ roles in light of massive open online courses (MOOCs): Evolution and challenges in higher distance education”, International Review of Education, Vol 64, Issue 2, pp 197–219(2018)
[Crossref]

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N.A. Albelbisi, “The role of quality factors in supporting self-regulated learning (SRL) skills in MOOC environment”, Education Information Technologies, Volume 24, 1681–1698(2019)
[Crossref]

Baars, Martine

Jacqueline Wong and Martine Baars et al., “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Online Learning Environments and MOOCs, A Systematic Review”, International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, Vol. 35,356–373(2019)
[Crossref]

Domínguez, Daniel

nés Gil-Jaurena and Daniel Domínguez, “Teachers’ roles in light of massive open online courses (MOOCs): Evolution and challenges in higher distance education”, International Review of Education, Vol 64, Issue 2, pp 197–219(2018)
[Crossref]

Gil-Jaurena, nés

nés Gil-Jaurena and Daniel Domínguez, “Teachers’ roles in light of massive open online courses (MOOCs): Evolution and challenges in higher distance education”, International Review of Education, Vol 64, Issue 2, pp 197–219(2018)
[Crossref]

Hu, Yao

Ya Zhou and Yao Hu et al., “Why not serve an educational buffet for students? Blended learning in optics experimental education”, Proc. SPIE10452, 14th Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics: ETOP 2017, 1045210 (16 August 2017)

Wong, Jacqueline

Jacqueline Wong and Martine Baars et al., “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Online Learning Environments and MOOCs, A Systematic Review”, International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, Vol. 35,356–373(2019)
[Crossref]

Zhou, Ya

Ya Zhou and Yao Hu et al., “Why not serve an educational buffet for students? Blended learning in optics experimental education”, Proc. SPIE10452, 14th Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics: ETOP 2017, 1045210 (16 August 2017)

Education Information Technologies (1)

N.A. Albelbisi, “The role of quality factors in supporting self-regulated learning (SRL) skills in MOOC environment”, Education Information Technologies, Volume 24, 1681–1698(2019)
[Crossref]

International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction (1)

Jacqueline Wong and Martine Baars et al., “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Online Learning Environments and MOOCs, A Systematic Review”, International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, Vol. 35,356–373(2019)
[Crossref]

International Review of Education (1)

nés Gil-Jaurena and Daniel Domínguez, “Teachers’ roles in light of massive open online courses (MOOCs): Evolution and challenges in higher distance education”, International Review of Education, Vol 64, Issue 2, pp 197–219(2018)
[Crossref]

Other (1)

Ya Zhou and Yao Hu et al., “Why not serve an educational buffet for students? Blended learning in optics experimental education”, Proc. SPIE10452, 14th Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics: ETOP 2017, 1045210 (16 August 2017)