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Exploration and Research on Teaching Reform of "Subgrade and Foundation Engineering Technology" Course Based on CDIO Teaching Concept

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040804 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 454

Author(s)

Lizhen Hu 1

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1 Huzhou Vocational and Technical College, Wuxing, Huzhou, Zhejiang, China

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Lizhen Hu

ABSTRACT

"Subgrade and Foundation Engineering Technology" is a professional core course of civil engineering. In the post-epidemic era, we should think about how to break through the traditional "injection" classroom teaching method, innovate the classroom teaching mode and process evaluation system. It is particularly necessary to study all-time and space. According to the core concept of CDIO teaching mode, on the basis of industry, enterprise and job adaptability for talents' core competency requirements, the course objectives and positioning are analyzed, combined with the current events and hot events that students are concerned about, from "result-oriented", "student-centered" and "student-centered" "Continuous improvement" and other aspects, re-integrate the course teaching content, expand diversified teaching methods, build a multi-dimensional and multi-channel learning path for theoretical and practical knowledge, and a whole-process assessment system. A series of reforms and practices based on course teaching it helps to broaden the teaching time and space, strengthen the cultivation of students' comprehensive quality and ability, and also has certain reference significance for the teaching reform of related courses.

KEYWORDS

Subgrade and Foundation Engineering Technology, CDIO, Teaching Reform, Professional quality, Teaching Mode

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Lizhen Hu, Exploration and Research on Teaching Reform of "Subgrade and Foundation Engineering Technology" Course Based on CDIO Teaching Concept. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 24-29. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aduhe.2022.040804.

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