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Application and Analysis of Education and Teaching Mode Based on 5G and Smart Technology
The development of information technology has brought tremendous changes to our country’s education. Based on the 5G + Internet, the article proposes a brand-new intelligent education model and proposes an ST analysis method, which mainly studies the teacher and students in the classroom. Class performance, based on Yebes network, proposed a learning decision method and application. The research results of the article show the following: (1) The article compares the monthly test scores of three variables under two different teaching modes. The results show that the performance of the online teaching mode is generally better than that of the traditional teaching mode, and the performance of the experimental class has increased more, with an average growth score of 4.83, indicating that there are significant differences in students’ learning and cognitive abilities under different teaching models. (2) The article compares the students’ knowledge mastery under two different teaching modes. The results show that under the traditional teaching mode, the students’ knowledge mastery is low, and the complete mastery rate is only 15%. In the network multimedia teaching mode, the students’ knowledge mastery rate has been greatly improved, the complete mastery rate is as high as 45%, and the students’ mastery of knowledge has been extremely improved, indicating that the network multimedia teaching mode can stimulate students’ learning interest more, improve learning efficiency. (3) Studying the differences in the source of curriculum resources of three different types of teachers, and the results show that the proportion of curriculum resources downloaded through the Internet is the largest; in the investigation of the impact of multimedia teaching on the classroom, the cooperation rate of students when multimedia teaching is not used, classroom practice accuracy and classroom completion rate are low, but after using multimedia teaching, students’ cooperation rate and classroom practice accuracy rate have been greatly improved, among which the accuracy rate of the experimental class is as high as 62.4%, and the students’ thinking ability is also good. Great improvement.
Information technology has brought tremendous changes to China’s education. 5G technology has provided a better guarantee for the sharing of curriculum resources. In the face of the extreme shortage of education resources in China, limited educational resources, and unlimited higher education development needs the contradiction between them is becoming more and more prominent. How to effectively realize the resource sharing among various universities has become a problem that must be considered in the development of talents in major universities. Literature  explores teaching models suitable for teaching activities. Literature  describes the implementation process of the model in educational statistics and SPSS courses. The article analyzes the implementation process of the teaching model from the aspects of experiment and evaluation and puts forward the problems and solutions in the application process of the model. Literature  constructs a smart classroom teaching model that conforms to the development of the times by analyzing the connotation and technical characteristics of smart classrooms. Network technology has gradually replaced traditional learning methods. Some e-learning platforms have also received more and more people's favor. Some educational structures are also taking full advantage of the advantages of e-learning to attract more people. Literature  mainly describes how to identify and analyze factors that contribute to the design of e-learning applications. Literature  mainly discusses the application of modern educational technology in computer teaching. On university campuses, using the convenience of 5G and the Internet, they have gradually formed a model of curriculum education resource sharing, which can share teaching resources, as well as the sharing of teacher resources, curriculum resources, and advanced teaching facilities. Literature  is based on the DBR educational research paradigm and verifies the original concept through practical exploration in real situations. Literature  conducted a series of data analyses and research on the application of data mining technology in student performance. Analyzed the internal relations and teaching rules between the various courses. With the advent of the Internet age, the use of big data analysis technology has become a method and technology used in many fields, and big data has also promoted the reform and innovation of various universities. With the development of science and technology and the prevalence of Internet technology, compared with traditional networks, 5G networks have the advantages of low coverage, low energy consumption, and high capacity in hot spots. It can carry out data dissemination very well. According to the current state of extreme scarcity of educational resources, some places do not have advanced teaching resources, and it is necessary to use the convenience of the Internet to communicate and share on the Internet. Literature  starts from the design concept of the smart campus and studies the application of data mining technology in the smart campus system under the background of big data. Literature  analyzes the characteristics and advantages of the university listening and speaking teaching mode under the network environment. Literature  analyzed the advantages of the experimental teaching platform in terms of hardware and software and designed the application mode of the PBL teaching method in the experimental teaching platform. Literature  conducts a rational analysis of the application of information technology in education, based on the mainstream technological phenomenology of the current philosophy of technology. With the development of Internet technology, the demand for technical talents is also increasing. In order to cultivate more professional talents, a model of integration of production and education can be implemented. Literature  makes a general analysis of the application of intelligent technology in teaching mode at the present stage in China and discusses the current situation of the application of talent training mode. Literature  analyzes the sports teaching mode based on multimedia information technology and the advantages of multimedia teaching from the perspective of 5G and the internet of things technology. Literature  investigates the education mode of a university and analyzes the teaching elements of innovative teaching of numerical control technology application from the teaching case analysis. Literature  proposed a new mobile platform for micro-English education and learning based on mobile 5G technology.
2. Basic Theory
2.1. The Application of 5G Smart Technology in Education
5G is the foundation of the intelligent Internet. In the teaching process, it is equipped with information technology such as remote interaction and artificial intelligence, which is deeply integrated with course teaching, enriches classroom teaching, allows students to participate in teaching, and enhances students’ interest in learning. Teachers can teach students in accordance with their aptitude through real-time interaction with students. Many excellent teaching resources can be shared on the Internet; through the Internet, students can study outside of class, check deficiencies, and realize the universalization of education. Even in the most remote rural areas, as long as they have the Internet, they can enjoy rich and high-quality education. Resources, to achieve the sharing of educational resources. In the field of education, 5G + Al will give birth to intelligent education, embodying a people-oriented teaching model. Through the close integration of Al and big data technology, under the support of 5G network, the teaching data related to the teaching behavior of the teacher in the classroom and the student's listening effect are captured in real-time through the intelligent teaching terminal, and the method and method of the teacher's teaching in the teaching are extracted by using big data analysis technology. Based on the unstructured behavior data generated by the students' listening state, the extracted unstructured data is effectively analyzed and summarized with the help of AI algorithms, cloud computing, etc., and finally using data visualization technology, according to the data results generated by teachers and students, teaching managers, teachers, and students provide scientific behavior analysis reports, which are displayed to relevant teaching management institutions and class teachers to assist teaching management and improve teaching quality. For parents, they can observe students' learning conditions online, realize online tutoring, and protect their children's healthy growth. The application of 5G in the education industry is shown in Figure 1:
5G and intelligent technology have brought a lot of convenience to the work and study of teachers and students. Intelligence means that the campus has a scientific research cloud, intelligent classroom, campus security, and other platforms. Teachers can read papers online and evaluate oral English. Students can also learn online, and parents can tutor online; the platform will introduce student information and teaching resources into the platform. The intelligent technology + education will further extend the information interconnection from the breadth to the colleges and universities, from the depth to the organization of colleges and universities, and smooth informatization.
2.2. Construction of Intelligent Education Model
The development model of the smart education resource innovation ecosystem is the progression and deepening of the “Internet +” education development model and is the product of smart technology + education resources. Internet education takes communication and social interaction as the core content, realizes the connection between learners, and establishes a learning website, connects learners and campus services, that is, establishes external connections between learners and campus, and makes the campus service information communicated to learners more efficiently and quickly. The intelligent technology + education will further extend the information interconnection from the breadth to the various colleges and universities, from the depth to the internal organization of the colleges, and smooth informatization, so that the school can reorganize the learning elements and the needs of the learners. The management operation mode, so as to achieve efficient coordination between learners and school management operations, and more efficient matching of information supply and demand. The intelligent education model diagram is shown in Figure 2:
The development mode of the intelligent education resources innovation ecosystem is progressive and deepening of the “Internet +” education development mode and is the product of intelligent technology + education resources. Internet education takes communication and social interaction as the core content, realizes the connection between learners, and establishes a learning website to connect learners and campus services, that is to establish the external connection between learners and campus so that the service information of campus can be more efficiently and quickly conveyed to learners. The new ecosystem of intelligent education provides services for learners. Learners feedback data to the new ecosystem of intelligent education, and the information fed back can generate educational resources through the new ecosystem.
2.3. Analysis of Intelligent Teaching Mode
Based on the 5G mobile network, it is possible to achieve lectures by famous teachers in the near-end classrooms, interaction, auditing, and commenting in the remote classrooms, and to achieve smooth listening and free evaluation in campus scenarios such as remote recording and broadcasting classrooms, dual-teacher classrooms, and smart classroom delivery. Classes, centralized control, 5G remote listening, and evaluation classes have greatly improved in response speed, image quality, feedback timeliness, and evaluation effectiveness. Realize online patrol realize the diversification of teaching evaluation. Supported by the 5G network environment, teaching evaluation collects a full range of data through the observation of learners' online or offline learning process, discovers their participation in learning behavior patterns, excavates their thinking process to complete tasks, discovers problems in real-time, and solves the process. In order to realize the real-time and accurate evaluation of the problems encountered in the process and the formulation of intervention methods, the realization of multimodal learning data collection, full-scene demand analysis, and three-dimensional evaluation, and realization of guidance and improvement based on the results of learning evaluation. The intelligent education model diagram is shown in Figure 3:
2.3.1. Personalized Learning Mode
Teaching should pay attention to teaching students in accordance with their aptitude because each student's learning methods and mastery of knowledge are different. Personalized education is based on the current learning status of each student to implement education in a targeted manner. With more and more student and learning data recorded by the system, it is more difficult to achieve targeted and personalized education. Intelligent teaching solves this problem very well. The system will conduct a test on the students’ learning situation and difficult points, and the test results will be transmitted to the teacher’s computer. The teacher can customize the learning plan according to each person’s situation. Students can also master their learning situation, so as to carry out targeted exercises, and truly teach students in accordance with their aptitude.
2.3.2. Diversified Learning Modes
The traditional teaching method is basically in a fixed place, teaching according to fixed textbooks, and teachers will teach fixed content according to the requirements of the school. This traditional teaching mode will be restricted by time, place, and space. With the development of science and technology, the new educational model can break the shackles of this traditional teaching concept. Teaching is not limited by time and place and realizes “learning all the time.” Students can choose to learn effectively according to their own learning progress and learning intensity. Learning should be people-oriented and focus on content rather than form, so as to keep pace with the times.
Differentiated learning is an individualized teaching method, in which teachers adjust the teaching process and products according to students’ learning willingness, interest, and learning style. Its learning plan focuses on content, while the learning content of all students remains the same. It is a school- and curriculum-centered approach that attempts to modify the way that is content is taught to meet student needs, differing strengths, and general readiness. Personalized learning looks at the learner, thinking about the question, “What does this student need to know, and how best to do that?” It is a student-centered approach to learning that is built around recognizing the vast differences between students, not only in literacy or diagramming abilities but also in the real needs of students.
3.1. Classroom Teaching Analysis
3.1.1. S-T Analysis Method
S stands for student and T stands for the teacher. It mainly studies the classroom observation methods of teacher and student behavior in the classroom. The number of S behaviors is recorded as , and the number of T behaviors is recorded as , and the formula is
The teacher behavior share is
The formula for calculating behavioral conversion rate is
is the behavior conversion rate indicates the interactivity in teaching. The larger the , the more frequent the switching between student and teacher behaviors.
3.1.2. Classroom Video Feature Extraction
The convolutional layer is the most common method for deep neural networks to process pictures, which mainly compresses and extracts features ; its mathematical formula is
The convolution in the neural network is
The hyperbolic tangent function is
The linear rectification function is
The function of the normalized index layer is to complete the calculation of the normalized index function in most linear classifiers , the specific algorithm input vector is
Calculate n scalar values
The pros and cons of the face detection algorithm and the face detection system performance are mainly evaluated by the following main performances , the detection rate is
False detection rate is
Missed detection rate is
3.2. Research on the Learning Method of Bayesian Network
3.2.1. Definition of Bayesian Network
Given a directed acyclic graph , the variable nodes in the graph are a set of discrete variables 
The value range of each variable is expressed as
The conditional probability corresponding to the variable iswhere is the direct parent node of , and the joint probability distribution is 
The pair formed by the directed acyclic graph and the parameter set becomes a Bayesian network .
3.2.2. Bayesian Network Structure Learning
The K2 algorithm mainly solves the problem of network structure learning with unknown structures and complete data . The scoring method is expressed as follows:
The scoring formula is
The score of a Bayesian network structure is expressed as 
According to Bayesian principle , it is expressed as
The approximate expression of the score obtained by the integral is
This dimension is expressed for the Bayesian network as
the algorithm transfers from the th network structure to the new network structure , the reception probability is 
4. Simulation Experiment
4.1. Analysis of Student Performance
4.1.1. Traditional Teaching Mode
4.1.2. Network Multimedia Teaching Mode
From Tables 1 and 2, we can see that the monthly test scores of the experimental class, the control class, and the standard class under the standard teaching mode are 68.67, 67.69, and 65.78, respectively, and the scores under the network multimedia teaching mode are 73.50, 72.27, and 70.24, respectively. The results of the online teaching model are generally higher than those of the traditional teaching model. Among them, the performance of the experimental class has a higher degree of increase, with an average increase of 4.83, indicating that there are significant differences in the learning and cognitive abilities of students under different teaching models.
4.2. Analysis of Students' Knowledge Mastery
In order to test the students’ mastery of knowledge under the two different teaching modes, we issued questionnaires to the students in the experimental class, the control class, and the standard class under the two different teaching modes, and compared the results obtained. The experimental conditions are shown in Figures 6 and 7.
From Figures 3 and4, we can see that under the traditional teaching mode, students have a low degree of knowledge mastery, with a complete mastery rate of only 15%. Under the network multimedia teaching mode, the student’s knowledge mastery rate has been greatly improved. The complete mastery rate is as high as 45%, and the students’ mastery of knowledge has been excellently improved, indicating that the network multimedia teaching mode can stimulate students' interest more in learning and improve learning efficiency.
4.3. Comparative Study of Teaching Design
Under the traditional teaching method, teachers generally use the textbooks issued by the school to teach. The traditional teaching methods will inevitably have some shortcomings. In the online teaching mode, the teacher will make the key content of the classroom into a PPT and display it in the classroom, which is not only convenient for the students, we understand the key points of the classroom, and it is also convenient for students to save and review later. In order to study the differences in the sources of teachers' lesson preparation resources, we have investigated the sources of lesson preparation resources of three different types of teachers, as shown in Table 3:
From the survey results in Table 3 and Figure 8, we can conclude that the three different types of teachers have the largest proportion of downloading course resources through the Internet; we have conducted research and investigation on whether to use courseware in class and the performance of students in class. The survey results are shown in Tables 4 and 5.
From the research results in Figures 9 and 10, we can conclude that when multimedia teaching is not used, students’ cooperation rate, classroom practice accuracy rate, and classroom completion rate are low. However, these problems have been improved after multimedia teaching is used. The cooperation rate of students and the accuracy of classroom exercises have been greatly improved. The accuracy rate of the experimental class is as high as 62.4%, and the thinking ability of students has also been greatly improved.
Artificial intelligence empowers education reform, and the superiority of technology is vividly reflected. However, although all countries have achieved good results, the shortcomings of artificial intelligence empowerment are gradually exposed. In order to guide the development of artificial intelligence-enabled education, it is necessary to analyze the international experience and current problems and propose new directions for future artificial intelligence-enabled education. Make education fairness a reality and achieve the highest quality educational resources in the shortest time.
The experimental data used to support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding author upon request.
Conflicts of Interest
The author declares that there are no conflicts of interest regarding this work.
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