Research on Risk Prediction Model Construction and Learning Strategy of Distance Learning

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v3i4.477

Yang Cao

Socio-Pedagogical Faculty, Brest State A.S. Pushkin University

Abstract

With the popularization of distance education, the monitoring and improvement of distance education quality has become the focus. There are many distance learners, but only a few teachers or their teaching team. The teacher-student ratio is very low. Coupled with the teaching method of time-space isolation, it is more and more important to study how to reduce the risk of failing in learning, stimulate learning motivation and help teachers realize personalized teaching in the case of time-space separation.

Keywords

distance learning; risk prediction; learning strategy

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