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Teaching Reform and Practice of Electrical Automation

Yang Li

Abstract


In the new engineering situation, many colleges and universities in China actively promote the "electrical automation teaching reform". In this process, some colleges and universities have achieved outstanding results, while others have been in the exploratory stage. This paper focuses on the "problems existing in the teaching of electrical automation" and "teaching reform and practice of electrical automation", hoping to find out and solve the problems, so as to better promote the teaching reform and practice of electrical automation in colleges and universities in China.

Keywords


Electrical Automation; Problem Analysis; Teaching Reform; Teaching Practice

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i10.2897

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