Published Dec 30, 2019

Xuyue Xia  

Lerongrong Chang

Fangmei Li


As an integral part of classroom teaching, after-school tutoring has always been valued by teachers and parents. Although outside school tutoring classes have largely filled the vacancy of after-school learning, their effectiveness cannot be guaranteed and the cost is high. Therefore, after-school supplementary learning based on the Internet has become a new choice for parents and teachers. How to use the network system to achieve the integration of inside and outside the school, inside and outside the classroom, how to use the network to assist students to meet the needs of students’ differentiated and personalized learning is the key content that needs to be resolved in the construction of “Internet+” personalized after-school assistance. This article will take the school-based practice of a middle school in Jiangsu Province, China as an example, and explore the implementation strategy of personalized supplementary learning with the Internet as a carrier.


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Middle School, Internet, After-School Supplementary Learning, Personalization, Implementation Strategy

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How to Cite
Xia, X., Chang, L., & Li, F. (2019). Internet-based Carrying-out Strategy of Personalized Supplementary Education: A Case Study of School-based Practice in Middle School A in Jiangsu, China. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 4(2), 419-433. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.19.ar265
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