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Future-oriented Curriculum Reform under the Background of "Internet +"

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DOI: 10.25236/eduer.2019.016


Xiangjun Zhang, and Ziheng Di

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Xiangjun Zhang


With the arrival of the information age, the global Internet technology revolution, education industry has also set off a profound change. The traditional curriculum education mode is facing both opportunities and challenges. Under the background of "Internet +", the combination of Internet and education and teaching has produced a new teaching model. The significance of this reform lies in that it has greatly aroused the enthusiasm of students to learn, and at the same time, it can also promote the improvement of school teachers' education and teaching level, playing a role of killing two birds with one stone. Under the background of "Internet +", the development of teaching course resources plays an important role in cultivating students' awareness and accomplishment. In classroom and extracurricular teaching, how to make more effective use of various curriculum resources, to achieve the common progress and development of schools, teachers and students has become the focus of attention. This paper USES literature review method, case analysis method and interdisciplinary research method to study the development and exploration of curriculum reform under the background of "Internet +", and tries to find out the subject, content, principle and strategy of curriculum resource development in the context of current social development and educational development. The research results of this paper show that the teaching of teaching courses must be timely followed up with the changes of times and technology and constantly reform, in order to effectively improve teaching results and cultivate more excellent talents in line with social requirements.


Internet +, Course Resources, Teaching Mode, Curriculum Reform