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Development and Application of an Interactive Teaching Model for the ‘Introduction to Environmental Protection’ Course Teaching based on the Student’ s Personal Individual Needs

Junfeng Li, Yucheng Ren, E Reaihan, Meng Wang

Abstract


The interactive teaching model is a modern method that takes the students as a main body and promotes their innovative ability teaching and training. The object of this paper is to discuss the application of interactive teaching model for the course teaching of the ‘Introduction to Environmental Protection’ course for the students major in the architecture based on the student`s personal individual needs. The main reforms include five aspects: the diverse forms of the class, the feedback mechanism for homework, the encouragement of the students’ answering questions, the customized homework and the reform of the assessment mode. Through the feedback of the classroom and the questionnaire, it can be seen that after the classroom teaching reform, the classroom interaction was increased, the students’ participation and the classroom enthusiasm was improved, the knowledge points’ mastering became better and the students’ satisfaction was improved obviously. The mode of teaching reform has laid a solid foundation for the popularization and application of the introduction courses of other majors.

Keywords


Flipped class; Individual needs; Teaching reform; Classroom feedback

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i6.1310

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