Education Quarterly Reviews
Published: 17 November 2021
Chinese Language Education in the Era of Artificial Intelligence; Innovation Development, Pedagogy & the Smart Classroom
Dexter S. Sumo, Mamadou L. Bah
University of Liberia
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Keywords: Chinese Language, Innovation, Pedagogy, Development, Education, New Era Smart Classroom
This research work has a particular emphasis that deals with innovation and development of international Chinese language teaching and learning within the classroom in the new era, especially with an emphasis on AI (artificial intelligence) as well as an emphasis on the creation of smart classrooms. This paper focuses on utilizing creative pedagogy methodologies in international Chinese language classrooms especially in smart classrooms. With the use of various qualitative approaches including the utilization of media, interpreting advertisements movies, newspapers, and the utilizing of techniques such as sand blots that may be engaging in the classroom with an objective of developing pupils’ second language absorbing ability. Furthermore this research paper highlights the various teaching methodologies that should be adapted and expanded upon in the classroom fittingly by understanding the absorbing capacity of pupils and their learning interest in the theatre of pedagogy.
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