Research on the Comprehensive Cognitive Practice Teaching Mode of Engineering Management Majors -Take Jiangxi Normal University as an Example

Zhangsheng LIU, Yuqi FAN, Lan ZHOU, Zhenggen FAN, Wenhai ZENG

Abstract


To improve the quality of talent training, this paper discusses the feasible teaching mode of comprehensive cognitive practice for Engineering Management through summarizing more than ten years of exploration and practice of Jiangxi Normal University. Focusing on the problem of “three focuses and three limits” in the practical teaching of Engineering Management majors, this paper analyzes the four key problems existing in China’s Engineering Management majors, based on the conclusion of the existing comprehensive cognitive practice teaching mode. The paper also puts forward a special comprehensive cognitive practice mode and its implementation path on the account of practical explorations. This mode achieves the “three sharing”, realizes the “linkage of multiple effects”, and obtains the satisfactory teaching effect and social benefit, which can provide a reference for the construction of related discipline in other colleges and universities.

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Teaching mode; Engineering management majors; Cognitive practice

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10772

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