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Discussion on the Teaching Reform of Mining Surveying Course in -Take Xinjiang Engineering Institute as an Example

Xianwei Zhang, Weijun Liu, Lei Shi

Abstract


Based on the current development situation in Xinjiang, the professional curriculum construction and reform are discussed in combination with the current employment situation of college students. Focus on the connotation construction of new engineering subjects in Xinjiang engineering, this article fully exploits the rich moral education elements contained in the course construction, including making full use of multiple resources (especially the simulated mines of Xinjiang Engineering College) and teaching methods, connecting online and offline guided by the Xinjiang Engineering College Curriculum and Politics and the professional market of mine surveying. By taking the integration of industry and education as a platform for educating people, the coordinated development of mine surveying teaching and the moral, physical, mental and physical education of college students will be realized.

Keywords


Curriculum Thinking; Mine Surveying; Development of Moral Education; Teaching Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i4.1066

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