Construction of Bio-Engineering Comprehensive Experimental Teaching Innovation System

Chengchuan CHE, YANG Ge, Xiuling YU, Jinfeng LIU

Abstract


Analysis of the current situation and development prospects of need of bio-engineering professionals to build the education idea of social demand-oriented, “all for students, the whole process for educating people, all-round education,” take CDIO engineering education philosophy as the guiding ideology, practice curriculum system for the carrier, developing ability as the main line, to build an “innovative educational concept - Research theory Teaching - entrepreneurial practice Teaching - specialized personnel training,” experimental zone training model, developed with the appropriate professional teaching programs, course syllabus, experiments and practical syllabus. Talents experimental area constructed has achieved good teaching
results.


Keywords


Comprehensive experimental teaching; Bioengineering specialty; Creative spirit; Talent training mode; Experimentation area

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