INNOVATION OF NEW ENGINEERING TEACHING MODEL OF WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES

Hua Li, Guoqin Hu, Cuihong Hou

Abstract


The fourth industrial revolution, characterized by intelligence and informationization, has brought profound changes to mankind, and at the same time, higher requirements for the quality of personnel training has been put forward. As the main form of higher education, undergraduate education is the backbone of cultivating innovative talents. There has been a certain development in the situation of talents training in China in recent years, but it is still many problems. The quality of engineering talents cannot meet the needs of social and economic development. Therefore, reform research on the current engineering undergraduate teaching mode need to be carried out. In this paper, taking Zhengzhou University as an example, the present situation and problems of engineering teaching mode were analyzed, a new teaching mode of engineering education was constructed., and practical exploration was carried out.

Keywords


New engineering, World-class University, Teaching mode, Innovation

Full Text:

PDF

References


H. Li, W. X. Yu, Z. M. Ma. How to Build World-class University in China: Singapore's Enlightenment [J]. Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Social Science), 2017(33): 86-91.

C. Y. Wu, W. Y. Liu, Y. Xiao, Z. L. He, L. F. Kang. Comparison of the Undergraduate Education for Pharmaceutical Analysis Between National University of Singapore and China Pharmaceutical University [J]. Herald of Medicine, 2017(36): 468-472.

J. R. Liu. A Study on Undergraduate Admission System of the Top Universities in China and America —Taking Peking University and Harvard University as Examples [D]. Da Lian: Liaoning Normal University, 2017.

G. Prathap. Comparative evaluation of research in IISc, IITs, NUS and NTU using CWTS Leiden Ranking 2017 data [J]. Current Science: A Fortnightly Journal of Research, 2018(114):442-443.

V. R. Dominguez. A Perspective on Anthropology from Southeast Asia: An Interview with Dr. Goh Beng Lan of National University of Singapore[J]. American Anthropologist, 2015, (117):379-383.


Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.




Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2019 INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH JOURNAL