Integrated Development of Online Educational and Training Institutions and Schools in Primary and Secondary Levels in The Post-epidemic Era
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Xin Xing, Qiqi Zhang, Luqi Zhang, Xinyi Ma
The global outbreak and the spread of the Covid-19 in 2020 has compulsorily driven the transition from traditional teaching models to online teaching. However, the issuance of the “double reduction” policy, which aims to ease the burden of excessive homework and off-campus tutoring, makes the transformation of major extracurricular tutoring institutions imminent. In this essay, by interviewing students, parents, schoolteachers at primary and secondary levels, and extracurricular tutoring teachers, we found that for most students and parents, online education institutions are important for their learning. At present, there are many problems with online education and tutoring institutions. However, we believe that if they can speed up the transformation of their mode and role, develop a curriculum, and make efforts to enhance their professional teaching staff, teaching contents, teaching mode, and teaching materials, they will be able to exist in a new form and work together harmoniously with schools, and then make joint efforts to improve students’ learning outcomes.
Online education, tutoring institutions, post-epidemic era