Application of the “Closed Loop” Online to Offline Blending Teaching Method in Binocular Vision
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Wenlan Liu, Hongyi Cao, Li Wang, Yang Yang, Jin Yan
Objective To explore a new”closed loop”online to offline blending teaching method and evaluate its effect in the course of binocular vision. Methods The class one of Optometry 2014 was chosen as experimental group and used the new”closed loop”online to offline blending teaching method; the class two was chosen as control group and used traditional teaching method, both class had 42 students. Final examination scores, experimental examination scores and the evaluation scores of the teachers of the two groups were compared by t-test respectively, students self-assessment results of the two groups were compared by chi-square test. So that the teaching effect of “closed loop”online to offline blending teaching method was evaluated. Results The final examination and experimental examination scores of the experimental group were both higher than the control group significantly (t=5. 767, P<0. 05; t=3. 862, P<0. 05), the experimental group students had a better self-assessment than the control group significantly about learning interest (X2=7. 358, P<0. 05), understanding (X2=7. 041, P<0. 05), self-learning ability (X2=21. 711, P<0. 05), summary ability (X2=13. 733, P<0. 05), analytical ability (X2=12. 587, P<0. 05) and innovation ability(X2=17. 856, P<0. 05). The clinical teachers’ evaluations of the experimental group were better than the control group significantly (standardization of practices: t=5. 336, P<0. 05; application ability: t=7. 751, P<0. 05; Case analytical ability: t =6. 438, P<0. 05; Case management ability: t=6. 510, P<0. 05;) Conclusion The “closed loop” online to offline blending teaching method can help to cultivate students’ autonomous learning ability and comprehensive analysis capability and so on, which reaching a good teaching effect and ensuring the teaching quality.
Online to offline blending teaching method, Online learning, Flipped classroom, Info-teaching, Optometry