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IJLT 2024 Vol.10(3): 442-445
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.10.3.442-445

Research and Practice on a Results Based Integrated Online and Offline Teaching Model

Xiaoming Bi 1 and Yuan Bi 2,*
1. Wenzhou Vocational College of Science and Technology, Zhejiang, China
2. Zhejiang Dongfang Polytechnic, Wenzhou, China
Email: wzkzybxm@126.com (X.B.); 407659068@qq.com (Y.B.)
*Corresponding author

Manuscript received April 9, 2024; revised May 6, 2024; accepted May 17, 2024; published June 27, 2024.

Abstract—In recent years, the Chinese higher education sector has actively promoted teaching innovation to achieve greater breakthroughs in education quality. The use of modern information technology to achieve integration between inside and outside of class, and the implementation of blended online and offline teaching, has become an emerging higher education model in recent years. Applying this method to higher education can greatly improve the time utilization of teachers and students, break the limitations of the classroom, and improve the quality of education. The article elaborates on the connotation of result oriented blended learning, proposes ideas on how to carry out result oriented blended learning in digital media technology majors, and constructs a result oriented online and offline integrated teaching model. Practice has proven that this teaching model can effectively improve teaching effectiveness and enhance the learning level of students, which is worthy of reference and reference by sister universities. 
Keywords—achievement oriented, blended learning, introduction to digital media technology, MOOC online and offline integration 

Cite: Xiaoming Bi and Yuan Bi, "Research and Practice on a Results Based Integrated Online and Offline Teaching Model," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 442-445, 2024.

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