English Teaching Platform Based on Online Education Technology and Licensure and Master's Program Technology


  • Lina Wang Beijing Jiaotong University Haibin College
  • Ruying Huang Beijing Jiaotong University Haibin College




online education, licensure and master’s program (LAMP), English teaching platform, teaching design


This paper attempts to build a web-based English teaching platform that improves students’ efficiency in English learning. After reviewing the current theories on teaching platforms, the author combined online education technology and the Licensure and Master’s Program (LAMP) technology into a mixed teaching mode, which inherits the advantages of traditional teaching and network technologies. In addition, an English teaching platform was designed for the instruction and exercises for English courses. The platform is operated jointly by students, teachers and administrators. The research shows that the English teaching system, through the integration between information technology and LAMP, could be turned into a resource module to be used as a plug-in for online education; the proposed English teaching platform is a new-generation system for the teaching and learning of English reading, grammar, speaking and listening. The proposed platform greatly improves the teaching methods and the learning efficiency, laying a theoretical basis for the construction of the new teaching system platform.

Author Biographies

Lina Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University Haibin College

Lina Wang has been pursuing this English teaching career since her graduation from the post graduate school. Thanks to her constant and consistent pursuit, she has developed a strong sense of affection for English language teaching and gained a wide range of recognition in Beijing Jiaotong University at Haibin College. Known for her productive communication and skilled instruction, she has formed her teaching style with a unique feature of interaction and inspiration, for she often ardently encourages students to share their creative and critical points of view in the process of language learning. As a result, she prepared quite hard and was honored the third place of Teaching Excellence Award in 2017. Moreover, in the following year, she won the third place in the 9th National Foreign Language Teaching Contest (Hebei Province, China. 2018). Besides teaching achievements, she also strives for better and further exploration in academic research on English language teaching approaches and English-Chinese translation theories. Therefore, several articles have been published in related journals. Progress of professional development in English language teaching promotes her to go further in this field.

Ruying Huang, Beijing Jiaotong University Haibin College

Ruying Huang is an experienced and passionate teacher of English Language Teaching with more than one decade in Beijing Jiaotong University at Haibin College. She is deeply intrigued in teaching English as a second language and inspired by language teaching practice as a result of contributing productively to several journal articles focusing on English language teaching and English-Chinese translation. She has professionally designed and developed her teaching approaches through novel, innovative and interactive ways. Meanwhile, she explores and employs smart techniques in her classroom to encourage students to speak freely in public, rendering a comfortable environment for students to take every opportunity to practice English. Through enormous efforts and energy, she won the third place in the 7th National Foreign Language Teaching Contest (Hebei Province, China. 2016). In addition, she enjoys taking part in various language teaching workshops and seminars for a better communication in this field. In the long run, in order to stimulate creative and critical thinking in language learning process, she is willingly driven by the greater challenges and achievements from English language teaching and researching.




How to Cite

Wang, L., & Huang, R. (2019). English Teaching Platform Based on Online Education Technology and Licensure and Master’s Program Technology. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 14(16), pp. 154–164. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v14i16.11150