RESEARCH ON NEW TEACHING MODE FOR COMPUTER COURSES
Keywords:Computer Talent Training, Project-Driven Teaching Method, Practical Application
the number of skilled senior talents who can develop it is less, which leads to the serious break between the rapid development of science and technology and the stagnation of talent training. By investigating and reforming the current teaching mode in Colleges and universities, we find that the simplification of teaching mode, the emphasis on theory and the neglect of practice make it difficult for students to understand and apply Abstract knowledge, and fail to meet the training standard of high-tech talents. Therefore, the project-driven teaching mode is put forward, and more practical ability is added to the teaching. In this way, the tedious theoretical lesson sitting and listening can be turned into a flexible practical exchange course, so as to improve the quality of teaching, realize the application of learning, finally realize the cultivation of Technical Senior talents, and do a good job of linking up the development of science and technology with the cultivation of talents.
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