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International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science, 2020, 1(2); doi: 10.38007/IJEIS.2020.010203.

Interactive Calligraphy Virtual Teaching Evaluation Scale Based on Educational Psychology


Bohai Zhang

Corresponding Author:
Bohai Zhang

Department of Physical Education, North Sichuan Medical College, Nanchong, Sichuan 637000, China


Calligraphy is a treasure of traditional Chinese culture and should be promoted and taught in primary and secondary education. Calligraphy training for primary and secondary school students can cultivate students' good writing habits and improve their writing ability. It can also cultivate students' understanding of Chinese culture. In traditional calligraphy education courses, students adopt a specific copybook mode from the very beginning, which often goes against the students' real wishes and leads to students' laziness in learning calligraphy. According to the teaching method of teaching students in accordance with their aptitude and the principle of active natural aesthetic education, this paper introduced the interactive teaching method into the calligraphy teaching method. Based on educational psychology, students were taught in the form of virtual teaching. Around this teaching mode, this paper sorted out a teaching evaluation scale under this mode, and conducted an empirical analysis. It was practiced in two primary schools A and B. Among the 40 calligraphy lessons, there were only 2 calligraphy lessons in School A, which was based on the interactive virtual teaching of calligraphy based on educational psychology, which was relatively poor in the implementation of classroom teaching, but the overall level of classroom teaching was still relatively good. From the overall observation results, it can be seen that the scores of School B under the traditional teaching mode were lower than those of School A in all aspects, especially in the process of teaching activities, the average score of class A was 6.4 higher than that of class B. It can be seen that the interactive calligraphy virtual teaching based on educational psychology had certain advantages in practical application.


Interactive Calligraphy, Educational Psychology, Virtual Teaching, Evaluation Scale

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Bohai Zhang. Interactive Calligraphy Virtual Teaching Evaluation Scale Based on Educational Psychology. International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science (2020), Vol. 1, Issue 2: 23-39. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJEIS.2020.010203.


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