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The Application of Constructivism Model and Information Technology to the Practice of Microbial Teaching Reform

Guoqing Wang, Yan Liu, Hongxia Gao


Based on the new situation of social development, institutions of higher learning must transform and develop towards applied technology colleges in order to enhance the development space and provide strong intellectual support for the construction of innovative countries. Microbiology, as a basic subject in biology, food, agriculture and other specialties in colleges and universities, plays an important role in the development of agriculture, food and medicine, and is driven by the current social background and the goal of deep integration of production and teaching, it has rich practical and theoretical significance for the reform practice of microbial teaching. It is an important subject to explore new teaching theories and teaching methods that are conducive to the deep reform of microbiology teaching. The following is an attempt to use constructivism model and teaching information technology means to analyze the role of this hybrid teaching model in promoting the reform of microbial teaching, in order to promote the innovation and development of more basic subjects in colleges and universities.


Constructivism Model; Information Technology; Microbiology Teaching Reform;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i3.2044