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Thinking of “Online + Offline” Formative Assessment to Improve the Quality of Medical Laboratory Science Teaching

Wei Duan, Jingang Zhang, Lei Sheng, Jiang Cheng, Yajing Ma


Curriculum teaching assessment is a vital part of all teaching activities. With the in-depth reform of the higher education system, the examination method has also been reformed. The summative assessment under the traditional exam-oriented education system can no longer meet the requirements of the new curriculum standards. In order to fully implement the concept of quality education, give full play to the role of examinations in improving the quality and level of teaching, teachers should use modern network information technology to realize an assessment model that combines online and offline, formative and summative assessments, and continuously improves teaching effectiveness. In this case, this article takes the medical laboratory science teaching as an example to discuss the related issues of the “online+offline” formative assessment model.


Medical Laboratory Teaching; Formative Assessment; "Online+Offline"; Teaching Quality; Thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2519