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100 1  Spires, Hiller,|eauthor 
245 10 Digital transformation and innovation in Chinese education
       |h[electronic resource] /|cHiller Spires 
260    Hershey, Pennsylvania :|bIGI Global,|c[2017] 
300    1 online resource (xxviii, 362 p.) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Section 1. Designing digital systems for educational 
       reform in China. Chapter 1. E-Learning in China: progress,
       challenges, and research issues ; Chapter 2. Blended 
       learning in China: at the crossroads ; Chapter 3. MOOCs in
       Chinese education -- Section 2. Creating innovative 
       schools and classrooms in China. Chapter 4. Multimodal 
       semiotics in China ; Chapter 5. Sustaining a teacher 
       professional learning community in China through 
       technology ; Chapter 6. Community of inquiry as teacher 
       professional development in China: new literacies, new 
       complexities ; Chapter 7. Flipped classroom in China: 
       design, practice, and implications ; Chapter 8. Mobile 
       learnings from a Chinese international high school ; 
       Chapter 9. Technology and innovation in China’s English as
       a foreign language (EFL) classrooms -- Section 3. 
       Embracing dynamic partnerships, geographic mobility, and 
       educational innovation in China. Chapter 10. 
       Recontextualizing immersion in the Chinese context: a Sino
       -Canadian collaborative educational program ; Chapter 11. 
       Designing a state-of-the-art high school in Suzhou, China:
       connecting to the future ; Chapter 12. Reforming classroom
       education through a QQ group: a pilot experiment at a 
       primary school in Shanghai ; Chapter 13. Cosmopolitanism 
       in a world of teachers: American student teachers in a 
       Chinese school ; Chapter 14. Application of the "Teaching 
       innovation practice platform" in English reading 
       instruction: a case study of a public middle school in 
       Shanghai ; Chapter 15. Chinese parents’ perspectives on 
       international higher education and innovation -- Section 
       4. Enhancing rural education through technology in China. 
       Chapter 16. "Internet Plus" integration in rural education
       in China ; Chapter 17. Achieving rural teachers’ 
       development through a WeChat professional learning 
       community: two cases from Guangdong Province 
506    Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text 
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520    An essential reference source featuring the latest 
       scholarly research on utilizing technology in Chinese 
       learning and instruction, and it provides insights to 
       classroom transformations within the context of Chinese 
       culture. Including coverage on a broad range of topics and
       perspectives such as MOOCs, blended learning, and e-
       learning, this publication is ideally designed for 
       academicians, researchers, and students seeking current 
       research on technological innovation in Chinese education 
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650  0 Education|xEffect of technological innovations on|zChina 
650  0 Educational technology|zChina 
650  0 Internet in education|zChina 
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