Reform of University Teaching Methods



In the current higher education reform, the innovation of teaching methods is essential and the task is very arduous. Teaching methods require changes in teaching philosophy to make the necessary reforms. International teaching philosophy, combined with the actual situation of higher education in our country is related in the educational scientific research under the guidance of the modern teaching philosophy.

Key words: College; Teaching methods; Reform


College; Teaching methods; Reform

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MA, Fengqi, & WANG, Weilian (2009). Status of the Reform of Teaching Methods in the Reform of the Personnel Training Mode. University Teaching in China, 3, 11-13.

YAO, Liming (2010). Break the Teaching Reform Ice Innovation University Teaching Methods. China Higher Education, 8, 40-42.

ZHANG, Dejiang (2009). Reform of Teaching Methods to Cultivate Innovative Talents. University Teaching in China, 5, 7-10.



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