A New Method of Teaching ‘Software Operation’ by a Knowledge Sharing Oriented to Practice Teaching Approach
Keywords:software operation; practice teaching; teaching knowledge; knowledge sharing
The practice teaching of software operation emphasizes operation practice and practical experience, and it lays special attention on the interactions among students and teachers and teaching in accordance with aptitude. As a typical knowledge sharing platform, question-and-answer (Q&A) community is developing fast and can be taken as an assistant teaching method for the practice teaching of software operation to facilitate the teaching knowledge sharing between teachers and students. Most existing studies consider the attention mechanism of the correlation between questions and answers based on the similarity of word vectors, which has resulted in unsatisfactory accuracy and interpretability of the answers given by the model, in view of this matter, this paper studied a new method of teaching knowledge sharing oriented to the practice teaching of software operation. At first, this paper elaborated on the idea of knowledge sharing, and proposed a knowledge answer selection model for practice teaching of software operation based on the aggregation of features and attention to solve the problem with conventional studies which generally focus on the weighting of attention of a single sentence. Comparing the word granularity of sentence sequences to be matched and aggregating the comparison results have solved the problem with conventional methods in ignoring the interaction between the sentence sequences to be matched. At last, experimental results verified the effectiveness of the proposed method.
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