A Novel Teaching Approach for Mobile Internet-Based Collaborative Knowledge Construction in "Teaching Management"


  • Sheng Zhang Bangkok Thonburi University




With the development of education, teaching, as the basic and central work at school, is conducted most frequently with the largest workload. In simple words, teaching management for the purpose of the management of teaching work is an essential content of school management, as well as a basic activity of school leaders. Therefore, more than just the basis and guarantee for the normal operation of school teaching, teaching management course plays a critical role in teacher growth and education reform, has great significance for schools. However, problems in current teaching management courses, such as lack of teacher-student interaction, single teaching content, and simple teaching methods have hindered students to develop interest in learning, and impede teachers to give full play to their educational personality. In this paper, a new collaborative knowledge construction teaching approach was applied in mobile Internet technology environment, and a blended teaching model of students’ online autonomous collaborative learning before class, knowledge internalization in class, and leak filling after class was proposed. At the same time, the personalized recommendation technology based on collaborative filtering algorithm was applied. Firstly, mobile terminal core information was collected from the mobile Internet learning platform for preprocessing, and then the processed data were identified by the collaborative filtering algorithm to recognize the intrusion data, thereby realizing the quick screening and accurate pushing of learning resources. It was found from the teaching practice that this model can effectively enhance students' interest in learning, improve learning effects and independent innovation capabilities.




How to Cite

Zhang, S. (2021). A Novel Teaching Approach for Mobile Internet-Based Collaborative Knowledge Construction in "Teaching Management". International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 16(12), pp. 51–64. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v16i12.23223