Analysis of the Current Situation of Ubiquitous Learning Teaching Model Based on Sub-Classes
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Liu Jiaying, Duan Yuchun, Wang Ya, Zhang He, Gao Boliang, Xiao Yiwen, Liu Jiantao
Traditional teaching methods are more and more influenced by the rapid development of the Internet, especially the modern popular smartphone, which creates favorable conditions for the extensive learning of the curriculum. Based on the ubiquitous learning model of sub-classes, students' learning potential can be tapped, their learning enthusiasm can be increased, and their ability to discover and solve problems can be trained, so as to improve learning efficiency and teaching effect. This paper analyses the current situation and practical effect of applying the ubiquitous learning model based on sub-classes in different courses of higher education, with a view to providing some reference for the application of the ubiquitous learning model based on sub-classes in the field of higher education teaching.
Divided classroom; Ubiquitous learning model; Current situation analysis; Practical effect