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The Application of Project-Driven Method in the Teaching of Broadcast and TV Directing Specialty: Taking the Shangrao Red Culture Microfilm Creation Project as an Example

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2022.051120 | Downloads: 1 | Views: 24

Author(s)

Qi Liu 1, Li Li 1, Lingchang Jia 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Shangrao Normal University, Zhimin Street, Shangrao, China

Corresponding Author

Qi Liu

ABSTRACT

The project-driven method is derived from the "dual system" education model, which focuses on the cultivation of students' key competencies through the implementation of a complete project by teachers and students. The project-driven teaching method has a clear teaching orientation, and the application of the project-driven teaching method in the teaching of the practical courses of radio and television choreography in universities can test students' mastery of professional skills and familiarity with the project production process. The project process is divided into seven implementation steps: project selection, pre-planning, project investigation, preliminary planning, production, communication of results and evaluation of activities. 

KEYWORDS

Project-driving method, Higher education, Artificial intelligence

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Qi Liu, Li Li, Lingchang Jia, The Application of Project-Driven Method in the Teaching of Broadcast and TV Directing Specialty: Taking the Shangrao Red Culture Microfilm Creation Project as an Example. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2022) Vol. 5: 130-136. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2022.051120.

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