Application of Hybrid Teaching Mode in Art and Design Major Under Internet

Authors

  • Kun Fan Jose Rizal University, Philippines

Keywords:

Art and Design Courses.; Online Education.; Hybrid Teaching Mode

Abstract

Art design is technology and art creation, art and design teaching should achieve the goal of creative training and technical training and Online education is teaching reform in colleges and universities, the trend of The Times, due to its own professional characteristics, art and design disciplines have higher request for interactive online course .This will need to select courses from live software design refactoring In the implementation process, all aspects, such as the construction of the platform for controlling live broadcasting equipment, are dealt with and solved. The introduction of hybrid teaching into the art design course is not only in line with the teaching objectives of the course, but also can improve the flexibility of teaching and students' innovation ability.

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2022-04-09

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