Study on the Experiment Teaching Reform of Civil Engineering



Experiment teaching plays an important role in training new type talents; however, there is a big disparity between our current experiment teaching system and our teaching target. The paper analyzed the existing deficiency in current experiment teaching, and provided practicable reform measures according to the experiment teaching characteristic and law, such as update the thinking mode of experiment teaching, innovate the experiment subjects, change the directing experiment, reinforce the laboratory software and hardware building, pay attention to the experiment teachers` quality cultivation and enhance the link between experiment teaching with the practical engineering. These reform measures will enable the students to fully consolidate and master the knowledge; at the meantime this method will mobilize the exploring spirit of self-study, improve their creative thinking and scientific research ability, as well as promote the improvement of students` engineering practice ability and comprehensive quality. With all the above-mentioned advantages the students will with high employment competition, and finally be the real beneficiary of education and teaching reform.




Junqiao Xiong




H. F. Deng et al., "Study on the Experiment Teaching Reform of Civil Engineering", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 271-273, pp. 1318-1321, 2011


July 2011




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