Published Aug 27, 2022

Jie Gong  


The Intelligent Research and Training Platform (IRTP) of the National Center for Educational Technology (NECT) is an application designed to integrate AI technology and teacher education in response to the “Artificial Intelligence + Teacher Education” strategy, in order to provide teacher professional development and power the advancement of basic education. In this study, a school teaching and research team conducted instructional research on the seventh-grade Chinese lesson Wisteria, utilizing analytical reports of classroom observation, teaching behavior, and teacher ability matrix generated by the Intelligent Research and Training Platform’s big data-based evaluation of classroom teaching for this lesson. Using data analytics and scale grading, this kind of practice helps teachers get better at doing research in their own fields.


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The Intelligent Research and Training Platform, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Teaching Research, Learning Analytics

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How to Cite
Gong, J. (2022). Digital Teaching Research Based on the Intelligent Research and Training Platform: Citing the Practice of the Chinese Teaching and Research Group of Senior Secondary School Affiliated to Xingyi Normal University for Minorities as a Case Study. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 12(2), 1741–1748. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.22.or065
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