Research and Practice of Optoelectronic Circuit Experiment Teaching Reform Based on Innovation Ability Training

Lijun YAO, Guangwei LI, Junbin FANG, Jun ZHANG, Hongwei DI


One of the key tasks for higher education is to train innovative talents for the national construction and development, and experiment teaching is an essential part of the higher education. This paper explored the experiment teaching model of optoelectronic circuit from the perspectives of independence and comprehensiveness, integrated the innovative thinking training into the experiment courses, so as to further promote the innovation ability of college students. Through the reform attempts in the experiment teaching for students of three different grades, it was found that the students’ innovative thinking has been fully trained, and innovation ability greatly improved. And this experiment teaching model provides a useful support for integrating the innovation education into teaching. 


Optoelectronic circuit experiment; Experiment teaching; Innovative thinking; Innovation ability

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