CE  Vol.4 No.2 , February 2013
Exploration on Student-Centered Fermentation Engineering Course by Problems Conducted Teaching
ABSTRACT

Based on the feature of Fermentation Engineering Course, Study on student-centered classroom teaching by new teaching modes and methods to stimulate students’ learning motivation and develop students’ innovating ability. Combines problem based learning (PBL) with case based learning (CBS) teaching methods. In the process of teaching, guiding the students to think actively through questions, and participation in class discussion, courseware, simulation teaching, etc. and guiding students to analyze and solve problems, construction guide classroom teaching model. The resultsshow that the student’s initiative, enthusiasm and learning effectwereimproved obviously. And the way of teaching achieved good teaching results, which not only highlightedthe student-centered teaching philosophy, but also learnedthe advantages of a wide range of teaching methods.


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Ge, L. , Zhu, Z. , Yu, Q. & Wan, H. (2013). Exploration on Student-Centered Fermentation Engineering Course by Problems Conducted Teaching. Creative Education, 4, 89-91. doi: 10.4236/ce.2013.42012.
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