Research on New Practice Teaching Mode of SPC Switching Fundamentals Course Based on the Training Platform

DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B025   PDF   HTML     3,663 Downloads   4,632 Views  

Abstract

According to the need of curriculum construction, and combined with “C&C08 SPC Switching Comprehensive Experimental Platform”, a new mode of practice teaching innovation and exploration for the foundation course SPC Switching Fundamentals had been presented. Through reforming, students’ comprehensive practical ability was improved, comprehensive quality education was really carried out in the course of teaching, and adaptability to the need of the society had been enhanced. The practice teaching innovation plays positive exemplary role for practice innovation and construction of similar undergraduate course.

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Gao, J. , Wu, R. , Liu, J. , Gao, J. and Su, Y. (2012) Research on New Practice Teaching Mode of SPC Switching Fundamentals Course Based on the Training Platform. Creative Education, 3, 97-99. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B025.

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