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Fig. 1 | Smart Learning Environments

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From: The effect of academic motivation on students’ English learning achievement in the eSchoolbag-based learning environment

Fig. 1

The interface and features of the eSchoolbag. When teachers release learning resource on the server side, students can have a view of the resource in My Textbook and Class Resource. Before the class, they can orientate and plan their learning by using the Previewing function on the e-Schoolbag. In the Learn & Help part, the software provides students a cognitive-apprenticeship environment to get immediate help from teachers. There is also an online Group Discussion where students can communicate with each other or work collaboratively to solve complex subject topics. In order to control their paces of learning, and adjust their learning based on their performance, students are provided with Practice and Quiz to monitor and assess their learning at the time they want. They can reserve the mistakes or unfamiliar knowledge into Flaw Sweeper for them to review regularly. The e-Schoolbag also includes several cognitive tools that promote cognitive monitoring and control strategies critical to classroom learning, such as mind map, vote, clock, calendar and camera. It’s important to notice that the e-Schoolbag is open to green apps too. Based on the requirement of teachers and students, the apps that promote effective teaching and learning will be allowed to install on the e-Schoolbag

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