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Published Oct 29, 2022

Shuzhong Liu  

Abstract

The holistic module learning and protocol-guided learning concepts underpin 271 Education Group’s learning protocols. This article discussed the history of learning protocol development and its significance. Using the experience of 271 Education Group as an example, we attempted to illustrate the fundamental structure of learning protocols. It is hoped that this study will have an effect on how the new national curriculum program and course standards are put into place.

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Keywords

Holistic Module Learning, Protocol-Guided Learning, Student-Centered Instruction, Learning Protocol

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How to Cite
Liu, S. (2022). A Case Study of 271 Education Group’s Learning Protocols: Reconstruction of Course Contents Based on Holistic Module Learning. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 13(1), 1837–1844. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.22.or068
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