Journal Published Online: 20 May 2022
Volume 51, Issue 1

Construction of Preschool Education Resources under the Internet+ Background



In the environment of the increasingly rapid development of science and technology, students’ learning contents and learning methods are becoming more and more diversified. Under the informational learning scope and teaching mode, the Internet+ learning mode is being used by more and more students and teachers. Internet+ education, Internet+ learning resources, Internet+ curriculum, and other learning modes are presented to students and teachers. Information-based learning and teaching are the needs of the time and the inevitable development of society. Therefore, teachers and students should use Internet+ learning tools reasonably to improve learning efficiency. This paper investigates three aspects—teachers, the design of teaching resources, and the use of Internet+ resources—and uses a case study method to investigate several preschools in a certain region. Finally, it was concluded that the Internet+ teaching mode is quite popular nowadays and the percentage of its application in various preschools is quite high. The proportion of young teachers using the Internet is high, and the Internet teaching mode has penetrated all aspects of teaching. However, the proportion of middle-aged and older teachers using Internet tools is relatively small, so the extent and scope of their use should be greatly enhanced. The research in this paper shows that the Internet+ approach to learning and teaching can greatly enhance the discovery and summarization of teacher resources and help teachers design better learning resources. At the same time, it can help students learn better.

Author Information

Pang, Zhaojun
Institute of Education, Xi’an Fanyi University, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China
Chen, Juan
School of Humanities and Education, Yunnan Technology and Business University, Kunming, Yunnan, China
Pages: 12
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Stock #: JTE20210435
ISSN: 0090-3973
DOI: 10.1520/JTE20210435