In the context of “Internet”, accelerating the in-depth integration of teachers’ continuing education and information technology, improving the comprehensive quality and abilities of elementary and middle school teachers, and promoting the development of elementary and middle school teachers have become new tasks for continuing education for teachers. Based on the difficulties and challenges of continuing education for teachers in the context of the internet, clarify the new requirements for teachers’ ability in the context of the internet, and explore how to integrate Internet technology with continuing education for teachers. Use Internet technology to improve the quality and effectiveness of continuing education for teachers, with a view to promote the wisdom generation of teachers’ continuing education.
Information Technology, Elementary and Middle School Teachers, Continuing Education for Teachers, Integration Strategies
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