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International Journal of Education and Management Engineering(IJEME)

ISSN: 2305-3623 (Print), ISSN: 2305-8463 (Online)

Published By: MECS Press

IJEME Vol.2, No.5, May. 2012

Emotional Deficiency in Web-based Teaching Environment and Its Solving Strategies

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Author(s)

Jie Shui-Ping

Index Terms

Web-based teaching environment; emotional deficiency; solving strategies

Abstract

In china, developing rapidly in Internet teaching exits serious lack of affection. This article aims to analyze the features on the lack of affection, reveal the causes of it and try to give corresponding solutions. The results indicate that lack of affection have manifested themselves mainly on lacking affinity for the resources of the network courses, being deficient in emotional information in virtual communication, being careless with emotional communication, the commercialized relations between teachers and students, and the lack of positive emotion. The main reasons that bring about the lack of affection are the impact of traditional education which pays more attention on intellectual education instead of affective education, the difficulties of design of teaching in affective domain, the inadequacy of role transition of teachers, the defects of Internet environment, the inadequacy of interaction in network teaching. At last, based on the perspective of teachers, students, and study resources, corresponding solutions on the lack of affection are given.

Cite This Paper

Jie Shui-Ping,"Emotional Deficiency in Web-based Teaching Environment and Its Solving Strategies", IJEME, vol.2, no.5, pp.64-69, 2012.

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