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IJLT 2024 Vol.10(1): 111-117
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.10.1.111-117

Rethinking Online Teaching Evaluation in Post-Pandemic Era

Ke Cheng 1,*, Ming Pang 2, and Yingwei Wang 3
1. Center of Language Education, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
2. Research Institute of the System of People’s Congresses, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
3. Tourism College, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Email: gytchengke@buu.edu.cn (K.C.); pangming@buu.edu.cn (M.P.); sunshinewyw@163.com (Y.W.)
*Corresponding author

Manuscript received May 11, 2023; revised June 26, 2023; accepted August 21, 2023; published February 2, 2024.

Abstract—Online education in the post-epidemic era is bound to reshape Chinese education, while the integration of online and offline education will inevitably pose a summoning for refreshing the conventional teaching evaluation system. The saying paper proposed that online teaching evaluation should take learners’ evaluation as the core as well as the “Four Evaluations” as keystone to build a refreshed online teaching evaluation system, and to make it meet the needs of the new era. Moreover, the saying paper conclusively argued that the idealized online teaching evaluation should realize scientific evaluation by different educational stakeholders, and provide references for designing, developing, and implementing the effectiveness of online teaching and learning. 
Keywords—post-pandemic era, online teaching, teaching evaluation 

Cite: Ke Cheng, Ming Pang, and Yingwei Wang, "Rethinking Online Teaching Evaluation in Post-Pandemic Era," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 111-117, 2024.

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