Practice Teaching Method Research Based on Directional Decomposition of Scientific Research Project

Jie DUAN, Xian gang SUN

Abstract


To solve some practical teaching problems of current undergraduates including management chaos, unclear objectives, poor content continuity, a kind of practice teaching method based on directional decomposition of the single scientific research project is put forward after the introduction of McClelland achievement motivation theory. Firstly, the importance and the problems of current practice teaching in the college students’ training are pointed out. And the McClelland achievement motivation theory and application of this theory in college student’s cultivation are elaborated. Combining with the professional practice teaching characteristic, we propose the overall scheme of researched method. By studying the tutor system management and the directional decomposition method of scientific research project, the method, the key technology and the ultimately teaching reform effect on the research teaching that can solve the current problem are given in this paper. Through the implementation of practice teaching reform method, some problems of practice teaching in college students will be effectively resolved, which is an important guiding to the current undergraduate practical teaching management.


Keywords


Practice management; Teaching methods; Directional decomposition; Tutor system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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