EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

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Volume 3, Issue 4, 2023

Research Article
A Comprehensive Evaluation Scheme of Students' Classroom Learning Status Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process
Educational Innovations and Emerging Technologies, 3(4), 2023, 1-10, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2023v03.04.0001
ABSTRACT: The state of students' classroom learning refers to whether students are concentrating and listening in the class, whether they are interested in the content of the lecture, and whether they understand and master the content of the teacher’s psychological state. The research on the state of students’ classroom learning is of great significance in teaching activities. Usually, measuring students’ classroom learning status is a subjective evaluation, and it is difficult to have a quantitative description. With the development of artificial intelligence (AI)technology, a large number of modern information technologies have been applied in education and teaching. People use video images, eye tracking technology, orfacial expression recognition technology in deep learning to describe students' attention and interest in classroom learning. However, with the complexity of students' learning process, no single information technology can accurately describe students' learning status and learning performance. Therefore, when evaluating students' learning status, it is necessary to consider the students' learning status, learning process, and learning performance. To this end, we used the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)to establish a mathematical model in the four dimensions of interest, pleasure, concentration, and classroom performance and homomorphically adjusted the corresponding weights of the four dimensions in evaluating students' learning status. The proposed evaluation scheme of students' classroom learning status evaluated students' classroom learning status in real-time, providing modern information technology support for improving classroom learning efficiency and the quality of education and teaching.
Research Article
Building High-Quality Rural Teacher Pool: An Example of Teacher Internship in Zhaoqing University in Western Guangdong
Educational Innovations and Emerging Technologies, 3(4), 2023, 11-16, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2023v03.04.0002
ABSTRACT: Students majoring in education at Zhaoqing University have contributed as teachers to elementary to high schools in western Guangdong, China. We surveyed students majoring in Chinese language and literature education at Zhaoqing University to collect their internship experiences and perspectives on work, teaching, life, and skill development. The data was analyzed to identify the reasons that prevented young teachers from staying in rural schools. We combined relevant theories and policies with the analysis result to provide recommendations for higher education institutions, internship schools, and the government on the internship program to retain more young teachers in rural areas. These recommendations help to build high-quality rural teacher pools, revitalize rural communities through the improved quality of education, and contribute to Chinese modernization.
Research Article
Online Learning’s Impact on Senior High School Students in Chemistry during COVID-19 Lockdown in Indonesia
Educational Innovations and Emerging Technologies, 3(4), 2023, 17-25, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2023v03.04.0003
ABSTRACT: We determined how well high school students at a state school in Indonesia achieved academically after receiving chemistry instruction using an online learning method throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We used the pre-experimental research method with 1 group design. The participants were 34 students, consisting of 12 males and 22 females. A cognitive achievement questionnaire was used for the survey. Parametric tests were used to analyze the data because the Shapiro-Wilk normality test indicated a value of 0.138. Equal variances were found with Levene’s test (0.576). The variance was not different between genders. The cognitive tests after the online learning showed no significant differences between genders (t-test significance > 0.05). The study’s findings supported the validity of online learning for Indonesian students.