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The Home-School Linkage Instructional System and Its Development Suggestions Under the Perspective of Large-Scale Home-Based Learning

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Fei Shang, Yang Xing*

Beijing Normal University, 100875 Beijing, China.

*Corresponding author: Yang Xing

Abstract

The learning ecosystem is the unified whole formed by education and its surrounding environment, including human elements such as the internal school education system and organization and non-human factors such as the external soft and challenging environment. However, the global COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 has led to large-scale home-based learning among students, which has broken the original ecological balance of learning. The interaction between the four elements of the traditional instructional system cannot explain all the teaching behavior. Based on the research perspective of large-scale home-based learning, this paper proposes to add family and technology into the original teaching system framework to form a new family-school linkage instructional System framework, including school education, family education, online teaching, and other types of education, improve the learning ecosystem and provide new thinking for the education and teaching in the post-epidemic era.

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How to cite this paper

The Home-School Linkage Instructional System and Its Development Suggestions Under the Perspective of Large-Scale Home-Based Learning

How to cite this paper: Fei Shang, Yang Xing. (2021). The Home-School Linkage Instructional System and Its Development Suggestions Under the Perspective of Large-Scale Home-Based Learning. The Educational Review, USA5(7), 232-244.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.07.007

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