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Published Jun 30, 2019

Caimin Li  

Abstract

With the popularity of mobile learning and the rapid development of internet, e-book bag has received increasing attention. However, recent studies rarely analyze the functional characteristics of E-book bag and its influence on teachers’ instructing and students’ learning from the perspective of classroom teaching application. In this regard, this study selected 20 sections of live e-book bag teaching video recorded in Changchun, China, and analyzed the functionality of e-book bag using Video Analysis on its following four dimensions: situation creation, knowledge construction, collaborative communication, and evaluation feedback. We concluded that e-book bag has three major functions: “resources and toolkits”, “teaching interaction”, and “teaching evaluation”. Meanwhile, it provides support for active interaction between teacher and students, between students, and between students and learning contents as well. Therefore, the use of e-book bag satisfies students’ individualized learning, supports the communication and cooperation between teacher and students, and helps students to construct knowledge in depth.

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Keywords

Mobile Learning, E-Book Bag, Video Analysis, Teaching Live Video

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How to Cite
Li, C. (2019). How Does E-Book Bag Promote Learning? Video Analysis Based On Classroom Recordings. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 3(1), 135-154. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.19.ar071
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