Application of Problem-based Learning Method in Civil Engineering Teaching

Mingfei Li


The civil engineering major requires students to not only be proficient in basic knowledge, but also possess comprehensive skills such as communication skills, independent learning ability, social knowledge and innovative thinking. Therefore, in order to enable students to develop more comprehensively, teachers should break through the imprisonment of outdated teaching concepts when conducting teaching work, and can actively find teaching methods that can mobilize students' learning motivation to achieve the purpose of establishing efficient civil engineering classes. Therefore, this article mainly studies how to effectively apply the problem learning method to the civil engineering classroom teaching activities.


Civil engineering classroom; Comprehensive ability; Problem-based learning; Teaching skills

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i4.979


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