Keynote by Prof. Wenqing Lv
Prof. Wenqing Lv, project leader, Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China
Wenqing Lv, adjunct professor, project leader of the Innovation Education and Curriculum Reform Experimental Zone, Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, and the former dean of the Zhongguancun Innovation Research Institute (Beijing). He was the headmaster of middle schools, the director of provincial and municipal teaching and research section, and the chairman of the academic committee of an university. His main research areas include education policy, strategic planning, curriculum construction, learning environment, technology and education integration. He is the PI of more than 16 national and international cooperation projects, the author of 21 books and 320 articles, as well as the member for the development of 110 courses.
Yu Song, Tianyong Hao, Zhinan Liu, Zixin Lan
Classroom dialogue, characterized by its interactive features and verbal encounters between teachers and students or among students, has been commonly used in teaching and learning. This paper conducted a systematic review of the coding frameworks used in the examination of classroom dialogue. We discussed over three main issues relating to the development of coding frameworks: linguistic ethnography versus sociocultural approach, coding units and levels, and objects of coding. The review indicates that there are six themes that a dialogic framework should encapsulate in its categories, which are prior knowledge, personal information, analysis, generalization, speculation and uptakes. With this knowledge, scholars and practitioners would become more competent in designing or selecting frameworks.
Yingying Qu, Zihang Liang, Wenxiu Xie, Xinyu Cao
Sharing bicycle, as one of the hottest and newest industries in recent years, has drawn much dramatic attention from society. In the operation management course in this paper, students are expected to analyze the interview texts and investigate the problems occurred in sharing bicycle with corresponding suggestions. A list of interview texts from sharing bicycle users in Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center are collected and analyzed. TF-IDF, as a widely used text mining method, is applied to extract frequently used key words for a qualitative analysis. Finally, ten key problems are identified and summarized, which provide government suggestions about supervision, such as user-centered management, user experience improvement, user interest protection, and deposit management.
Xieling Chen, Dongfa Gao, Yonghui Lun, Dingli Zhou, Tianyong Hao, Haoran Xie
Information and communication technologies is being heralded as a catalyst for innovations in teaching and learning to support educational activities. Artificial intelligence (AI) assisted user modeling has attracted great increasing interests from the academia with a growing research articles available. In this article, a bibliometric analysis of the research field of AI assisted user modeling was carried out. 333 articles from Web of Science were retrieved and analyzed for comprehensive understanding the research status and development of the research field. Specifically, we analyzed the articles in terms of article count and citation count, influential journals, subjects, authors, and keyword occurrence. Finally, special attention was paid to the study of leading countries/regions and institutions. Findings of this work are useful in helping scholars as well as practitioners better understand the development trend of research of AI assisted user modeling, as well as being more aware of the research hotspots.