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Education of Chinese Medicine ›› 2020, Vol. 39 ›› Issue (2): 50-52.doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2020.02.231

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Construction and practice of MOOC of Diagnostics of TCM (Part I)*

Wang Tianfang, Wu Xiuyan, Xue Xiaolin, Zhao Yan, Song Yuehan, Guan Jing, Ma Jie, Yang Yiling, Li Ning, Zhao Lihong   

  1. School of Preclinical Medicine,Beijing University of Chinese Medicine,Beijing 100029
  • Received:2019-09-29 Published:2020-04-13

Abstract: Based on main content of Diagnostics of TCM, the construction and practice of MOOC of Diagnostics of TCM consists of MOOC of Four Diagnoses (Part Ⅰ) and MOOC of Pattern Differentiation (Part Ⅱ). Guided by the advanced concepts of blended learning and inquiry learning, as well as the teaching Objectives and content characteristics of the four diagnostic methods, the content of MOOC of Four Diagnoses, including the introduction and four diagnostic methods, is re-designed into 118 components and then produced into 118 short lecture videos correspondingly. Non-video content such as assignments, discussions, and exams, etc. is also re-organized to facilitate MOOC teaching and learning. So far the first part of MOOC (Four Diagnoses) has been offered free for eight rounds on the MOOC platform of Chinese universities, with more than 170,000 students selecting the course. The course makes it possible for teachers and learners to share and use the resources on and off campuses, to promote the sharing of high-quality teaching resources, and to provide a platform for the overall implementation of flipped classroom teaching in the future.

Key words: Diagnostics of TCM, MOOC, course construction, teaching practice

CLC Number: 

  • G642