On September 26th, in the conference room 308 of the mechanical building, Vice President Yang Junjie and Director of Academic Affairs Office Chen Niansheng and 6 others investigated project-based teaching and general admissions. The heads and heads of the departments of the School of Mechanical Engineering and the School of Electronic Information attended the event.
Principal Yang pointed out that in order to improve the talent training model, we must find out the problems and deficiencies of the existing model and actively explore scientific solutions. Principal Yang talked about his past experience of promoting e-academy and pointed out that to integrate project-based teaching into teaching, teachers can go to lectures in the classroom, attract students with projects, set course goals in training programs, etc. The laboratory is open to students, thereby increasing their motivation. At the same time, it also pointed out that in the training of talents, we must also pay attention to the quality of awards such as student courses, teachers' assessment of projects, etc., and truly improve the cultivation of talents. Principal Yang also pointed out: While improving the training of talents, project-based teaching will increase the workload of teachers to a certain extent, and there are also problems such as inadequate equipment and laboratories. The school saw that the two colleges were leading the way in project-based teaching, and used this survey to understand the existing difficulties and areas that need to be improved in order to promote the smooth development of applied talent training.
The participating teachers also spoke on the implementation of project-based teaching, the confusion and deficiencies in the process, the direction of development and the problems that need to be solved during development.