CE  Vol.5 No.1 , January 2014
The Training Mode Reform of Physical Practical Talents Emphasizing on Innovation Ability
Abstract: The quality education is to develop students’ creative spirit and practical ability. Physics teaching can offer strict training for students in different scientific experiments, calculation and thinking; cultivate their ability in analyzing and solving problems and enhance their science quality and creative ability. This paper puts forward that the critical point of College Physics’ reform in the applied-oriented college is to build up a practical system in physics’ teaching. In order to meet the social needs, a new educational concept should be established, with scientific and reasonable teaching content as well as the advanced teaching methods. According to their teaching practice, the authors talk about some points on how to develop students’ science quality and creative ability from the angle of upgrading teaching contents and reforming teaching way.
Cite this paper: Hao, S. , Li, L. , Li, X. & Gong, X. (2014). The Training Mode Reform of Physical Practical Talents Emphasizing on Innovation Ability. Creative Education, 5, 1-3. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.51001.

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