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Research on the Influence of MOOC Teaching on the Reform of Ideological and Political Education in Colleges and Universities

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DOI: 10.25236/icepms.2018.088


Meng Shao

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Meng Shao


MOOC is a large-scale online open course. It is a brand-new teaching form that connects the Internet with teaching activities based on network technology. Compared with traditional teaching methods, MOOC has the characteristics of large-scale, online and open. The course is based on network technology, so the spatial location is no longer the main factor limiting the classroom capacity. A course of up to 100,000 students can be online at the same time. Throughout the process, teachers and students communicate and communicate through the Internet to complete homework and assessment. Learning results and even issuing assessment certificates have greatly improved the efficiency of teaching; teachers and students are engaged in teaching activities under an open condition, and anyone, any time, anywhere can participate in the class. It can be said that MOOC is a major reform in the field of teaching. As a typical representative of public foundation courses in colleges and universities, the traditional ideological and political courses are still based on classroom teaching. In the mode of MOOC, teachers in the ideological and political teaching activities are positioned as for the disseminators of teaching content, the main teaching objectives should also emphasize the motivation of students to learn and cultivate students' learning methods. Therefore, the ideological and political teaching activities based on MOOCs emphasize the cultivation of students' self-learning ability. Based on this, the paper discusses the influence of MOOC teaching on the reform of ideological and political teaching in colleges and universities.


Mooc, Colleges and Universities, Ideological and Political, Teaching Reform