Quality Evaluation Methods of College English Teaching Reform Based on Artificial Neural Network

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Ning Yang


This paper aims to enhance the effectiveness of intelligent evaluation in college English teaching and explore the role of artificial neural networks in evaluating college English teaching reform. A research study is conducted to develop an intelligent evaluation model by refining algorithm models and utilizing comparative research methods to address limitations of traditional algorithms. The neural network algorithms are improved through model construction techniques, with practical effectiveness assessed through simulation training methods. The algorithm model is applied to assess teaching quality in universities, with experimental research integrating questionnaire surveys and simulation data processing methods. The feasibility of the approach is verified through data evaluation. Simulation analysis demonstrates that the enhanced neural network algorithm reduces running time and enhances accuracy compared to traditional evaluation algorithms. Experimental studies indicate that employing artificial neural networks for evaluating the quality of college English teaching reform yields positive outcomes, aiding students and teachers in understanding their situations within mobile computing environments. This study confirms that combining a neural network model with data survey methods effectively meets the requirements of contemporary efficient teaching quality evaluation. The innovative integration of intelligent algorithms, factor analysis, surveys, and statistical methods enhances the progressive nature of teaching quality evaluation.

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