THE EXPLORATION OF ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY COURSE CONSTRUCTION

Tangjie Zhang, Hua Xing, Shifeng Pan

Abstract


In order to adapt to the modernization of education and the development of education in colleges and universities, it is necessary to reform and explore the course system, organization and clinical practice of animal physiology curriculum, and to strengthen the software and hardware construction of the course. Focusing on the student-centered principle, we plan to maximize the effective use of modern information technology and improve the outcome of teaching process. We aim to help students grasp the knowledge, at the same time, pay attention to the cultivation of students' comprehensive capabilities.

 

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animal physiology course; construction; education technology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.923

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