DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1289

Creative Teaching Model of Civil Engineering Classroom Based on Brain Cognitive Science

Chunquan Dai, Yunlong Lv, Wenzeng Hou

Abstract


In the past ten years, the researches on brain science and neuropedagogy has developed rapidly, which has a revolutionary influence on education and teaching. The cross development of brain science, neuroscience and classroom teaching is the inevitable trend of education development. Based on the macro-micro principle of brain cognition and in combination with various factors that influence the teaching of civil engineering course, this study establishes a model of full time-space infiltration teaching system, and puts forward the teaching strategy on the basis of the teaching model, so as to improve and realize the scientific and high-efficient classroom teaching and promote the efficiency and effect of teaching.

Keywords


Brain cognitive science, Civil engineering, Classroom innovation, Teaching model

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