Teaching Innovation and Exploration of Principles and Applications of Transducer Course based on CDIO Idea

Ru Qing Chen
May 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 919-921, p2193
Academic Journal
The course teaching pattern reform is conducted in order to solve the problems existing in the teaching progress of principles and applications of transducer course for measurement & control technology and instrument specialty. According to the teaching idea of CDIO, the project item teaching method is introduced in course teaching. Theoretical and practical teaching schemes are designed and the teaching process and evaluation mode are optimized then. After the exploratory research of theory and practice teaching, a set of course teaching system for principles and applications of transducer course is formed based on the concept of CDIO. Curriculum reformation combines classical measure theory with modern test technology properly as well as considers its theory and application, remarkable teaching effect is obtained then. It provides a new teaching method suitable for principles and applications of transducer course.


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