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Exploration of blended Practice teaching mode under “Internet +” in application-oriented Universities

Xin Cong, Hongyu Su, Xiping Li


Under the background of “Internet +”, informationization of higher education gradually infiltrates into teaching,
which brings new opportunities for practical course teaching of engineering in application-oriented universities. Facing
opportunities, aimed at the teacher’s “teaching” as the main body of the traditional experimental teaching mode has been
unable to fully mobilize students’ learning initiative, puts forward the applied engineering practice courses hybrid practice
teaching mode, and Cambridge college of electrical engineering and its automation in Harbin electrical and PLC
application in experiment course in practice. The practical results show that the application of mixed practice teaching
model in experimental courses not only improves the motivation of students’ independent learning, but also improves the
ability of learning practice, innovation and entrepreneurship.


Internet +; Mixed practice teaching mode; Innovation and entrepreneurship

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i6.3766