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With the deepening of reform and opening up, my country’s preschool education has entered a vigorous development. At the same time, higher requirements are put forward for the field of preschool education. Preschool education is an important part of education, and preschool education is the foundation of basic education. However, the informatization construction in the field of preschool education in my country has just started. In order to implement the planning requirements of the Ministry of Education on strengthening the informatization construction of preschool education, build a digital platform, improve children’s quality, promote the harmonious development of children’s body and mind, improve professional ethics and the professional level of preschool education practitioners with the help of modern new media, and meet the professional development and sense of achievement, acquisition, and satisfaction of preschool education practitioners. Taking multiple measures to ensure the diversified needs of preschool education practitioners is the important and only means for the stable, comprehensive, and sustainable development of preschool education. The data visualization platform of IOT architecture designed in this paper for edge computing ensures the application of massive data in preschool education courses, ensures the stability of system data transmission, and realizes the visualization of IOT terminal data. Therefore, the introduction of data mining technology in this paper can improve the utilization of resources, provide support for teachers, students, and ordinary users, and enhance the versatility of the preschool education resource platform.
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Research Article
Application of Edge Computing and Data Mining Processing
System in Preschool Education Courses
Baoliang Xu
School of Education Sciences, Lingnan Normal University, Zhanjiang, Guangdong 524048, China
Correspondence should be addressed to Baoliang Xu;
Received 29 July 2022; Revised 12 September 2022; Accepted 19 September 2022; Published 30 September 2022
Academic Editor: Jiafu Su
Copyright ©2022 Baoliang Xu. is is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which
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With the deepening of reform and opening up, my country’s preschool education has entered a vigorous development. At the
same time, higher requirements are put forward for the field of preschool education. Preschool education is an important part of
education, and preschool education is the foundation of basic education. However, the informatization construction in the field of
preschool education in my country has just started. In order to implement the planning requirements of the Ministry of Education
on strengthening the informatization construction of preschool education, build a digital platform, improve children’s quality,
promote the harmonious development of children’s body and mind, improve professional ethics and the professional level of
preschool education practitioners with the help of modern new media, and meet the professional development and sense of
achievement, acquisition, and satisfaction of preschool education practitioners. Taking multiple measures to ensure the diversified
needs of preschool education practitioners is the important and only means for the stable, comprehensive, and sustainable
development of preschool education. e data visualization platform of IOT architecture designed in this paper for edge
computing ensures the application of massive data in preschool education courses, ensures the stability of system data
transmission, and realizes the visualization of IOT terminal data. erefore, the introduction of data mining technology in this
paper can improve the utilization of resources, provide support for teachers, students, and ordinary users, and enhance the
versatility of the preschool education resource platform.
1. Introduction
Today, with the reform of China’s education system, pre-
school education has become more and more important [1].
Many scientific research institutions and educational in-
stitutions actively introduce information technology and
develop and build a preschool education resource platform
[2]. ese platforms can provide teachers, students, and
administrators [3]various resources, such as children’s
mental health, children’s intellectual development, chil-
dren’s creativity improvement, and other knowledge content
[4]. With the long-term operation of the platform, a large
amount of data information has been accumulated, so it is
very important to actively improve the utilization of pre-
school education resources [5].
As the foundation of basic education, the importance of
preschool education is self-evident [6]. After the opening of
the comprehensive two child policy, the number of pre-
school children has increased significantly [7]. ese factors
also make China’s preschool education face greater pressure
than before [8]. e 19th CPC National Congress proposed
that preschool education should realize the deployment of
early childhood education [9].
e opinions of the CPC Central Committee and the
State Council on deepening the reform and standardized
development of preschool education issued in 2018 clearly
pointed out that the unbalanced and insufficient devel-
opment of preschool education in China is still very
prominent, and it is still a weak link in the whole edu-
cation system [10]. One of the problems is that the
construction of teaching staff lags behind, so the coun-
termeasures of “Innovating the training mode and opti-
mizing the training curriculum system” are put forward
[11]. e quality of preschool education talent training
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depends on the curriculum of preschool education major
in each school [12].
At this stage, the preschool education talents cultivated
by secondary vocational schools are still an important part of
kindergarten teachers, but their graduates’ vocational ad-
aptation level is low, and their comprehensive quality and
ability have not yet reached the postobjectives [13]. e
fundamental reason for this phenomenon is that at present,
the preschool education curriculum of secondary vocational
schools mainly adopts the traditional three-stage curriculum
model, emphasizing theory over practice and ignoring the
connection between knowledge and specific work tasks, and
it cannot effectively cultivate students’ comprehensive
quality, key capabilities, and professional ability.
Based on this situation, it is necessary to comprehen-
sively adjust the curriculum system of preschool education
in secondary vocational colleges to truly meet the require-
ments of kindergarten teachers’ professional ability [14].
From the development situation in recent years, the
development level of preschool education has been signif-
icantly improved, and the demand for preschool education
teachers is also rising [15]. It is undeniable that for modern
society, higher education has obvious characteristics of
popularization, but most kindergarten teachers are provided
by the preschool education major of secondary vocational
schools [16]. However, the phenomenon of low employment
quality that does not match the high employment rate is very
prominent [17]. Graduates generally do not have good job
adaptability, and their comprehensive professional charac-
teristics are poor, which is difficult to meet the requirements
of kindergarten teachers’ professional ability [18]
e low
quality of talent training reflects the problems in the cur-
riculum of preschool education in secondary vocational
schools, which cannot achieve the goal of kindergarten
vocational ability training [19]. From the current develop-
ment situation, the preschool education major in secondary
vocational schools in China is mostly divided into three
curriculum stages, paying attention to theoretical research
methods and ignoring the key impact of practical operation
[20]. In the long-term development, the relationship be-
tween knowledge and specific work tasks is bound to be
ignored, and students’ key abilities and professional abilities
cannot be effectively cultivated [21].
To sum up, with the continuous development of society,
the importance of preschool education has increased sig-
nificantly. ese factors have led to the further improvement
of the requirements for the training of preschool education
professionals. In terms of curriculum design, it basically does
not meet the requirements of the professional ability of
nurses, and it is difficult to meet the actual needs. Since the
concept of competency based vocational education was put
forward, it has gradually attracted the attention and research
of vocational education in China and has been widely used in
the curriculum reform of vocational education.
As a front-line educator of secondary vocational pre-
school education, finally, the author has a real understanding
of the current situation of the curriculum of this major and
believes that we should jump out of the current three-stage
curriculum system of secondary vocational schools and
reform the curriculum model under the guidance of colleges
and universities. Vocational education concept: this study
will actively carry out case studies on the curriculum of
preschool education in secondary vocational schools on the
basis of the necessary ability-based vocational education,
effectively analyze the current situation of the curriculum of
case schools from the perspective of ability based, and put
forward relevant suggestions. Edge learning is a data mining
and analysis algorithm, which can recommend the required
learning materials from a large number of preschool edu-
cation resources according to the needs of users. It has an
important role and significance.
2. Related Concepts and Theoretical Basis
2.1. Concept Definition. e full name of secondary voca-
tional school is “secondary vocational and technical school.”
e secondary vocational and technical school plays an
important role in China’s vocational education system and is
in the core development position. Secondary vocational and
technical middle school mainly refers to the school that
provides vocational and technical education for students in
the whole high school stage. In secondary vocational and
technical secondary schools, the academic system of general
subjects is a three-year system, that is, the academic year is
three years. e main types of secondary vocational and
technical middle schools are ordinary middle schools, vo-
cational high schools, and technical schools, which are re-
ferred to as “technical schools” in short.
Preschool education refers to the school education
specially for preschool children aged 0–6. Due to the special
situation of preschool children, the staff engaged in pre-
school education must have the corresponding professional
knowledge. For secondary vocational and technical schools,
a special “preschool education” major is set up to cultivate
comprehensive talents who are competent for preschool
education and have professional knowledge and skills of
preschool education. For students, it is undoubtedly a very
wise choice to work in nurseries and kindergartens, which is
very consistent with the purposes and objectives of sec-
ondary vocational and technical schools.
As a professional term in the field of educational science,
each researcher has different understanding and interpre-
tation of the significance of curriculum based on different
research contents and perspectives.
e education dictionary says that “the courses taught in
schools are an organic whole with due structure and
function, so it is also called fcurriculum system” or “cur-
riculum structure.” It mainly refers to that the school usually
determines the specific training objectives based on the
overall school running objectives, the nature of the school
itself, and the nature of disciplines and majors, and it defines
the form of professional learning and the vocational skills
and working skills that need to be developed. erefore, the
division of labor and cooperation between courses is rea-
sonable and determined.
e concise encyclopedia of international education has
different understandings on the curriculum. William
Hubert, an American curriculum expert, believes that
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“curriculum design refers to the full range and character-
istics of the curriculum arranged by schools or other in-
stitutions.” Liang pointed out in the educational theory
volume of the Encyclopedia of Chinese preschool education
that from a macro perspective, it mainly refers to the whole
learning plan. e course aims to achieve the training ob-
jectives of the school and selects educational content. e
division of labor “reflects the purpose and nature of running
a school,” mainly the selection and arrangement of learning
Another domestic researcher pointed out that curricu-
lum design is an important part of curriculum design, that is,
under the guidance of certain educational values and edu-
cational development needs, talent training units will con-
sider and formulate appropriate talent training goals
according to the needs of social development, discipline
research and development, as well as the special needs of
students’ personal career development and life pursuit.
Standardize the development and setting of the curriculum
system, organize the selection and arrangement of talents,
determine teaching subjects and training objectives, and
promote the establishment and improvement of the pro-
fessional talent training system.
2.2. eoretical Basis for the Curriculum Setting of Preschool
Education in Secondary Vocational Schools. In the process of
practice, we cannot do without the guidance of scientific
theory. Only in the process of practice under the guidance of
scientific theory can we achieve good results. e curriculum
should be scientific and reasonable, with both professional
theoretical basis and relevant policy basis. e concept of
competency standard vocational education breaks the re-
strictions of China’s traditional discipline standard talent
training mode and is more conducive to improving the
quality of vocational education talent training. Based on this,
this study selects three secondary vocational schools in
Qingdao as perfect kindergartens, which is the theoretical
basis of educational curriculum. e theory of competency-
based vocational education curriculum originated in the
United States in the 1960s. It is believed that the traditional
educational concept pays too much attention to the ex-
planation of book knowledge points and ignores the culti-
vation and improvement of students’ practical ability.
erefore, it greatly affects the effect of education. e
ability-based vocational education curriculum is mainly to
improve students’ knowledge and professional skills on the
basis of clarifying the established job requirements and
vocational ability indicators, combined with students’ own
abilities and levels.
Compared with other previous educational theories, this
theory pays more attention to students’ practical ability in
addition to the study of textbook theory. It is mainly under
the basic premise of vocational ability training to ensure
that students can be competent for corresponding em-
ployment positions after learning. It is a relatively advanced
educational concept at this stage and has been widely rec-
ognized all over the world. Its basic characteristics include
first, pay attention to the analysis of postvocational ability
requirements, set corresponding professional courses and
evaluation indicators on this basic premise, and take the
vocational ability training objectives as the basic content
requirements of the post. Curriculum education and rea-
sonable training: second, pay attention to the improvement
of students’ comprehensive quality, carry out targeted
training according to different students’ comprehensive level
and learning ability, and adopt a differentiated evaluation
system to improve education efficiency; third, attach great
importance to the improvement of students’ autonomous
learning ability. Teachers are the main guides of students,
guiding students to make their own learning plans and
arrangements, answering students’ questions and doubts,
giving full play to students’ autonomy and initiative, and
being responsible for students’ personal growth and future.
e teacher’s first process here should not exceed 1000
predictions, and only the guidance and demonstration effect
can be brought into play. Fourth, teaching methods should
be more diversified and flexible, emphasizing the im-
provement and science of management mechanism.
In general, this theory plays a very important role in
talent training. We need to truly meet the job needs and
cultivate more excellent talents for the society. ey not only
have solid professional theoretical knowledge but also have
good practical ability and can adapt to society and positions
as soon as possible. erefore, in the future curriculum
system construction, we should take the vocational ability
training as the basis of all work, pay attention to the cul-
tivation of students' practical operation ability, meet the
needs of diversified and personalized education, and es-
tablish a student-oriented professional ability. e scientific
evaluation index system is used to comprehensively realize
the construction of the education system. Secondary voca-
tional preschool education is an important foundation and
source to provide a large number of kindergarten teachers to
the society and comprehensively improve the level of ed-
ucational practice. Combined with the relevant concepts of
competency-based vocational education curriculum, it can
give full play to its guiding role in professional curriculum
setting and improving students' comprehensive professional
According to the vocational standards for kindergarten
teachers (trial) issued in recent years, there are clear defi-
nitions and requirements for kindergarten teachers and
preschool education practitioners. e document points out
that kindergarten teachers should receive professional vo-
cational education and must have noble morality, love ed-
ucation, and have sufficient professional knowledge and
professional technical ability. is standard has become an
important reference for kindergarten teacher training.
In addition, the vocational standards for this trial also
put forward specific implementation suggestions: schools
should comprehensively analyze the requirements of school
employment, professional characteristics, and the current
situation of existing teachers, pay attention to improving the
level of relevant majors, ensure the rationality of curriculum,
promote employment, pay full attention to pre-employment
training and postemployment retraining and education,
realize the key significance of professional ethics for their
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own development, guide them to actively participate in
various social practices, and comprehensively improve the
professional level and professional technical ability of kin-
dergarten teachers and preschool education practitioners.
3. Related Technologies
3.1. Edge Computing. Edge computing was explained at the
SIDCOM (Special Interest Group on Data Communication)
conference in the field of communication networks. Edge
computing originally originated from the media field. Its
meaning is a platform that integrates key technologies such
as data collection, network transmission, data storage, ap-
plication calculation, and application on the side close to the
data source or object, providing efficient services for ap-
plications under edge nodes. Edge computing is further
divided into generalized edge computing and narrow edge
computing. As shown in Figure 1, it presents a typical
multilayer edge computing architecture.
Edge computing in a narrow sense means that the
computing node is located on the data source, and the main
application of edge computing in the narrow sense is the
camera of video surveillance. Video surveillance cameras
often contain CPUs and GPUs. Performing calculations in the
camera equipment can realize face recognition in the mon-
itored images, which can improve the speed at which the
monitoring personnel receive alarm responses. As a result of
using such a design, the cost of the terminal equipment is very
high, the quality and volume of the terminal equipment are
doubled compared to the traditional equipment, the power
consumption is also very large, and the heat dissipation
function is poor. In the industrial Internet of ings appli-
cation environment, that is, data processing is performed on
the sensor terminal, and most application scenarios require
low-power products as terminal devices, and even some
products are powered by batteries, which have certain re-
quirements on the power consumption of terminal devices.
erefore, the edge computing described in this article refers
to the generalized edge computing.
In a broad sense, edge computing refers to being far away
from the cloud, being under the same network node as an
object or data source that is close, and performing data
processing. is kind of transmission process from the
sensor of edge computing in the narrow sense to the cloud is
called the computing node, and the calculation of the node
after the data settlement in the same network environment is
also called fog computing. At present, most of the edge
computing technology research refers to generalized edge
computing, and because the computing nodes of generalized
edge computing are not limited by the conditions of IoT
terminals, developers can configure servers with different
computing power according to their needs so as to realize
edge computing. e calculation of points can be applied in
more and more complex scenarios.
To sum up, the three data visualization graphics libraries
mentioned above will be compared in this article from the
perspectives of compatibility, underlying implementation
and open source, as shown in Table 1:
3.2. Data Mining. e extensive research and extensive
application of data mining can be regarded as the result of
the natural evolution of information technology. As a
multidisciplinary field, data mining can be defined in
many ways. Even if the term “data mining” itself is
interpreted, it cannot fully cover the rich content it
Both clustering and outlier analysis can be classified as
unsupervised learning, as shown in Table 2. Clustering
tasks analyze data objects without regard to class labels,
usually due to the absence of labeled class data in the
dataset. In general, outliers are discarded as noise or
outliers in most data mining tasks. However, in some
application scenarios such as fraud detection, outlier
analysis can be interesting. Outlier analysis, also known as
anomaly mining, is generally closely related to cluster
analysis methods.
Δx1, x2
􏼁Δx2, x1
en, (Ω,Δ) represents the metric space; (x,xj) rep-
resents the distance function between the elements xi and x.
ere are three functions that are often used to calculate
distances: Manhattan (Equation 2), Euclidean (Equation 3),
and P-norm (Equation 4).
Δxi, xj
􏼐 􏼑􏽘
f xi, ak
􏼁f xj, ak
􏼐 􏼑
Δxi, xj
􏼐 􏼑􏽘
f xi, ak
􏼁f xj, ak
􏼐 􏼑􏼐 􏼑2
Δxi, xj
􏼐 􏼑􏽘
f xi, ak
􏼁f xj, ak
􏼐 􏼑
Let the nonempty finite set U{x1, x2, . . . , xn} on the
real space Ω, then the neighborhood δ-definition of xi is
􏼁xxU, Δx, xi
􏼈 􏼉.(5)
Let the nonempty finite set U{x1, x2, . . . , xn} on the
real number space Ωand the neighborhood relation Non it,
that is, the two-tuple NS (U,N), XU; then Xis the
upper and lower approximations in the neighborhood ap-
proximation space NS (U,N) which are
􏼁X, xiU
􏼈 􏼉.(6)
en, the approximate boundary of X(7)is obtained, the
lower approximation NX is the positive domain, and the
area completely unrelated to Xis the negative domain.
BN(X) NXNX. (7)
Set the neighborhood decision system NDS (U, A D),
the decision attribute Ddivides the universe U into N
equivalence classes (X1, X2, . . . ,XN), BA; then the
decision attribute Dis about the upper and lower approx-
imations of set B which are expressed in the following
equations Eq. 8 and Eq. 9, respectively.
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Predictive MainTenance for Devices
Model Training
Big Data Analysis
Connectivity Management Open APIs
Wired or Wireless
Network Connections
Edge Computing
Logs Local APPs Open APIs Reasoning
Runtime Firmware/Soware Update Collection
Control Display Sensing Interaction
Internet of ings
Manufacturing Vehicles Smart Homes Cameras Mobile Devices
Figure 1: Edge computing architecture.
Table 1: Comparison of visual chart libraries.
chart Compatibility e underlying implementation Open source
Compatible with all major browsers IE6 and
above, also supports zooming and gestures
on mobile
Canvas, based on vector graphics library ZRender,
provides intuitive, interactive, and highly customized
data visualization charts
Free Github 49.9k star
Internet Explorer 6 and above all major
browsers, perfect support for mobile zoom,
gesture operation
SVG, a simple and easy way to add interactive charts to
web sites or web applications, has a limited chart
Commercial payment
Github 10.4k star
D3.js Compatible with all major browsers IE9 and
above Canvas and SVG need custom development Free Github 100k star
Table 2: Detailed introduction of data mining functions.
Subfunction Meaning Methods Output Example
Characterisation of data refers
to a collection of general
features or characteristics of
the target class data, often
using queries to collect data
corresponding to user-
specified classes.
Simple data summarization
based on statistical measures
and graphs, OLAP roll-up
operation based on data cubes
and attribute-oriented
induction techniques are
Graph method (e.g., pie
chart, bar chart, curve,
and so on) and
generalized relation and
rule description
To investigate the
characteristics of an aquatic
product with a 5% increase
in sales in the previous
quarter, data on this product
can be collected by
executing SQL queries on
the sales database.
Data to
Compares the general
characteristics of the target
class data object with those of
one or more contrast class data
e methods used for data
differentiation are similar to
those used for data
e form generally
includes comparison
measures to help
distinguish the target
class from the
comparison class.
Users want to compare the
5% increase in sales of
aquatic products in the last
quarter with the 20%
decrease in sales of aquatic
products in the same period.
Let ΔR×RNRin N-dimensional real number space Ω; then, Δis a metric (distance) on RN, if Δsatisfies the following conditions.
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Rr1,. . . r10, ar11 ,. . . ar15, br16,. . . br20
;r1,. . . rM;dr1,. . . , drM;θi
􏼒 􏼓.(9)
Dependency of decision Don condition B
kDcB(D) PosB(D)
e algorithm is more effective in attribute reduction.
is conclusion has been given. e verification data come
from the UCI data set. e results after attribute reduction
are shown in Figure 2.
4. Experimental Results and Analysis
4.1. Data Collection and Testing Environment. Qingdao
vocational and technical middle school is the only public
vocational and technical school in Qingdao Development
Zone, and it is also a national key vocational middle school.
Qingdao vocational and technical middle school has 89
classes, more than 5000 students, and 282 teaching staff, of
which more than 70% of the teaching staff have intermediate
and senior titles, and 117 double qualified teachers. ere are
16 teaching majors, including preschool education, ani-
mation design, accounting, logistics management, business
Korean, electromechanical technology application, com-
puter, and so on. Qingdao vocational and technical middle
school takes improving students' employability as the basic
development direction, serves students and the society, pays
attention to the cultivation of students' professional and
technical ability, the teaching of professional knowledge, and
the cultivation of professional and professional quality as the
purpose, and adheres to the school running philosophy of
“adult, talent, success.”
e preschool education major of Qingdao vocational
and technical middle school began to recruit students in
2001. Up to now, the number of graduates of the preschool
education major of the school has exceeded 2000, mainly
concentrated in kindergartens in small and medium-sized
towns such as prefectures, cities, and towns. At present,
the preschool education major of the school has 360
students and 25 full-time teachers. At the same time, the
major is also equipped with piano room, art classroom,
dance classroom, vocal music classroom, and other
training classrooms.
e hardware configuration of the edge computing
server of this system is shown in Table 3.
Chrome is currently the most widely used browser
and provides a complete page testing function. is ar-
ticle will use the Chrome browser (Developer Tools)
developer tools to analyze and test platform performance
and metrics. In the Network control panel of the de-
veloper tool, the platform can initiate the request to the
server to the whole process of receiving the returned data.
e detailed information in the Network includes the
URL path, HTTP request header, request parameters,
HTTP status code, resource file, and server response
information delay.
4.2. Analysis of the Current Situation of the Curriculum Setting
of the Preschool Education Major in the Case School.
According to the curriculum concept of this study, that is,
according to the concept of the training objectives of the
preschool education major of secondary vocational educa-
tion, plan and design the curriculum, formulate a reasonable
curriculum framework system and curriculum content
structure, and provide targeted suggestions and opinions on
class hour arrangement and curriculum arrangement
according to the different teaching conditions of each ac-
ademic year so as to create a complete preschool education
curriculum system of secondary vocational schools. rough
interviews, questionnaires, and data review, this study will
analyze the current situation of the training objectives,
curriculum structure, and discipline setting of preschool
education major in the three case schools and investigate and
understand the implementation of the curriculum.
According to the survey and statistics in Figure 3, only
8% of the students in school are satisfied with the training
objectives of their major. ese data fully show that students’
satisfaction with the training objectives is very low. At the
same time, nearly 20% of the students do not understand the
training objectives of their major, and only 2.01% of the
students think that they can achieve the training objectives
by studying professional courses, but they are very pessi-
mistic about the realization of the training objectives.
rough the results of interviews and questionnaires, it
can be seen that the students and teachers in Qingdao
secondary vocational and technical middle school generally
pay less attention to and agree with the training objectives of
preschool education. Many of them, not only students but
also some teachers do not know how to achieve the training
It can be seen from the survey results in Table 4 that
among the three schools, only Qingdao preschool normal
school offers elective courses, accounting for only 5.19%. In
the survey of “whether it is necessary to set up elective
courses according to students’ interests,” 63.12% of stu-
dents think it is necessary, 17.51% of them think it is
necessary, and 11% of them think it is normal. Only 7.54%
thought it was unnecessary. It can be concluded that
students still generally believe that it is very necessary to set
up elective courses.
Based on the optimization of Canvas instructions, the
cache optimization method is used. After using the cache
optimization method to execute the drawing instructions,
the graphics are first saved in the off-screen Canvas, which
can optimize the original many drawing instructions into
one instruction. e optimized result can render the frame
rate up to 60 fps.
As shown in Figure 4, the unoptimized page using the
native ECharts graphics library and the page using 5 opti-
mization methods are refreshed 20 times, and finally, the
average rendering frame rate statistics are obtained. e
frame rate of rendering using the rendering optimization
method is significantly improved.
It can be seen from Table 5 that the arrangement of the
school’s professional skills classes and professional theory
classes is not the same, but in general, the class hours of
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professional skills classes are higher than the class hours of
professional theory classes. In the questionnaire survey of
“e Most Lack of Knowledge and Skills During the In-
ternship,” it can be seen from the survey results in Figure 4
that nearly 70% of the students believe that the basic
theoretical knowledge of teaching and the teaching
methods in the five major areas are relatively lacking, which
are all majors. 13.68% of the students think that the content
of professional skills in theoretical courses is relatively
lacking, which shows that the proportion of teaching hours
of teaching basic theories and teaching methods in the five
major areas can be appropriately increased.
At present, there are still significant differences in
quantity and quality of preschool education resources
between urban and rural areas and between regions. Taking
the student-teacher ratio as an example, since 2013, the
student-teacher ratio in various regions has been changing
in a better direction for five consecutive years, and the
difference between regions has narrowed significantly as
shown in Figure 5. However, although the difference has
narrowed, the gap between the eastern region and the
central and western regions is still relatively large. In 2017,
the student-teacher ratio of kindergartens in the eastern
region was 16.41 :1, which was at a good level, while the
student-teacher ratios of kindergartens in the central and
western regions were 21.18 :1 and 21.10 :1, respectively, and
the eastern region was significantly better than the central
and western regions; the imbalance between regions has
not been broken.
is chapter uses some statistical analysis methods to
analyze some characteristics of preschool education. Rele-
vant data were obtained in the form of questionnaires.
rough descriptive analysis of the data, this paper intro-
duces the basic information of the data to describe and
analyze the students' network use and online learning be-
havior. is paper analyzes the differences and introduces
the differences of different characteristics on E-learning
behavior. rough correlation analysis, this paper
100 150 200 250 300 350 400
Evaluation point (point)
Number of indicators (piece)
Model of this paper Literature 4 Model Literature 5 Model
Figure 2: Comparison of the number of attributes and classification performance after reduction.
Table 3: Edge computing server configuration information table.
Browser Rendering engine Browser version e operating system System version
Edge Trident 95.0.1020.40 Windows Windows 11
Chrome WebKit 95.0.4638.54 Windows Windows 10
Firefox Gecko 86.0 Windows Windows 10
Safari WebKit 11 MacOs 10.12.6
QQ browser Chromium + Trident 10 Windows Windows 10
Table 4: Comparison of school hours between elective courses and
compulsory courses.
Optional course
Compulsory course
160 5.19 2090 94.81
0 0 3080 100
0 0 3080 100
A very satisfied B general C is not
D don't
Figure 3: e survey of students’ satisfaction with the training
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introduces the relationship between various factors in
E-learning behavior.
5. Conclusion
e preschool education resource platform introduces edge
learning and data mining technology, which can improve the
utilization efficiency of preschool education resources. Edge
learning and data mining technology are introduced into the
early childhood education resource platform to improve the
utilization efficiency of early childhood education resources.
Edge learning can process video data, image data, and or-
dinary text data, further improve the data organization and
discovery ability of the preschool education resource plat-
form, and output the results to the display to realize chil-
dren’s visual data processing and operation service
education. Edge learning is also one of the important
technologies of the current computer, which can improve
the service processing efficiency of big data platform and
ensure the processing speed and automation level of the
preschool education resource platform. Edge learning is one
of the key technologies in data analysis of preschool
Not optimized CanVas
optimization results
cache optimization Rendering into local graphics
render frame rate
Figure 4: Rendering frame rate comparison results of five optimization methods.
Table 5: Basic information of professional theory courses and professional skill courses in the three schools.
Professional theory class hours e proportion In professional skill class e proportion
850 27.60 986 32.01
444 14.45 890 28.90
470 15.23 842 27.34
Figure 5: Proportion of kindergarten teachers and students nationwide (number of kindergarten children divided by number of full-time
teachers) (2013–2017).
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education resources. At present, convolutional neural net-
works can be used to build big data analysis and recom-
mendation models and dynamically update and process
algorithms to ensure that the algorithms can accurately
process preschool teaching resources. We need to improve
the accuracy of the application of preschool education
Data Availability
e labeled data set used to support the findings of this study
is available from the corresponding author upon request.
Conflicts of Interest
e author declares that there are no conflicts of interest.
is work was supported by Lingnan Normal University.
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