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Innovative Design of Integrated Experimental Teaching under the Guidance of Learning Outcomes

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DOI: 10.23977/acss.2024.080110 | Downloads: 12 | Views: 111

Author(s)

Xiangping Wang 1, Qian Chen 1, Lili Sun 1

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1 School of Logistics Management and Engineering, Zhuhai College of Science and Technology, Zhuhai, Guangdong, China

Corresponding Author

Xiangping Wang

ABSTRACT

The concept of "people-oriented" education emphasizes that teachers pay attention to students' learning ability and level in the teaching process. On this basis, a set of innovative and practical experimental courses is designed to improve students' comprehensive quality and skill training. Based on the learning outcome, this paper analyzes and studies the effect of applying three-dimensional space to chemistry learning, and puts forward corresponding suggestions. After that, this paper innovatively designes the comprehensive experimental teaching model and testes and analyzes the design system. The analysis results showed that the mean time to failure (MTBF) value varied from day to day. Day 2 had a relatively low MTBF (12 hours), while day 6 had a relatively high MTBF (24 hours). The change of MTBF value indicates the stable operation of the system. This shows that the application of three-dimensional space in teaching to a wider range of disciplines can promote the development of students' ability and knowledge level. 

KEYWORDS

Learning Outcome, Comprehensive Experiment, Teaching Innovation, Comprehensive Orientation

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Xiangping Wang, Qian Chen, Lili Sun, Innovative Design of Integrated Experimental Teaching under the Guidance of Learning Outcomes. Advances in Computer, Signals and Systems (2024) Vol. 8: 88-95. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/acss.2024.080110.

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