Research on Teaching Reform of “Software Development and Practice”

Rui WANG, Fangfei YUAN, Yuxin ZHANG, Hua LI, Jianping ZHAO

Abstract


Software development practice course unlike any experimental courses of high-level programming languages and software engineering, as an independent, practical, comprehensive software development practices and research training courses, training students’ capabilities of software development, and other courses teaching content simultaneously, whose purpose is to enable students to understand the basic idea of software technology, to master methods, techniques and tools for software development, to master software development skills, to develop creative engineering design capability and ability to work together, to improve the ability of the comprehensive analysis and problem solving. In this paper, a new reform program in the teaching process has been put forward based on the software development and practice of curriculum reform.


Keywords


Software development and practice; Teaching reform; Teaching method

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

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