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Exploration of Practice Teaching of the Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering major Facing Outstanding Engineer Program

Jin Jin, Dongsheng Li, Gang Li, Hua Tang

Abstract


The "Excellent Engineer Program" is mainly to train application-oriented talents, so it is necessary to build a strong practical teaching system. In order to improve the practical ability of students majoring in Agricultural and Water Conservancy Engineering and strengthen the coordination and cooperation between teaching and practical management, the teaching system should be guided by the needs of the agricultural and water conservancy industry, and build a teaching practice system for outstanding agricultural and water conservancy engineers with "practical teaching as the main body of teaching, and professional ability innovation as the training goal", and gradually improve the students' knowledge of agriculture in understanding and learning, application and innovation of water conservancy projects. Then, it is possible to achieve the goal of training outstanding agricultural and water conservancy engineers. This article explores the Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering practice teaching for the outstanding engineer program through three aspects: the current teaching status of the Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering practice, the construction of the Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering practice teaching system, and the reform measures of the outstanding engineer practice teaching system.

Keywords


Outstanding Engineer; Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering; Practice

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References


[1] Chen F, Wang Z, Tang H, et al. Talent training model based on Excellent Engineer Program 2.0. Quality Education in West China 2020; 6(11): 1-2.

[2] Wang Y, Liu S, Li B, et al. Research on education and teaching reform of the Agricultural Water Conservancy Engineering major based on engineering education certification. Science Education Journal 2020; (10): 63-64.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i10.2895

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