大学化学 >> 2020, Vol. 35 >> Issue (5): 56-60.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX202003009

所属专题: 化学类课程“延期开学期间利用在线教学资源开展教学活动”

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分析化学慕课课程平台的快速构建及教学实施方法探索

盛骞莹, 张文清, 王燕, 赵怡, 刘海燕, 钱俊红, 张波, 王氢, 胡坪()   

  • 收稿日期:2020-03-03 录用日期:2020-03-06 发布日期:2020-03-16
  • 通讯作者: 胡坪 E-mail:huping@ecust.edu.cn
  • 基金资助:
    华东理工大学教师专业发展工程产学研践习计划(YJ0130536);华东理工大学“教学名师培育团队”项目

Fast Construction of Analytical Chemistry MOOC Platform and Exploration of Teaching Implementation

Qianying Sheng, Wenqing Zhang, Yan Wang, Yi Zhao, Haiyan Liu, Junhong Qian, Bo Zhang, Qing Wang, Ping Hu()   

  • Received:2020-03-03 Accepted:2020-03-06 Published:2020-03-16
  • Contact: Ping Hu E-mail:huping@ecust.edu.cn

摘要:

针对新型冠状病毒感染肺炎疫情对高校正常开学和课堂教学造成的影响,本校分析化学教研室积极响应教育部高等学校化学类专业教学指导委员会的倡议,快速筹备与构建了基于校内多层次信息化学习平台的在线慕课教学活动,以保障延期开学期间分析化学课程的教学安排,帮助与指导选课学生在疫情防控期间高效高质量地完成本课程的学习。本文从分析化学慕课课程的快速构建与特点,校内课程平台的学习及管理,微信群、QQ群及公共邮箱等辅助教学,以及学生的使用效果与学习诉求等几个方面进行探析,希望为提高分析化学的教学质量,探索新型教学方法提供数据支持,从而与学生一同完成课程的教学与学习,收获理想的成绩。

关键词: 分析化学, 疫情防控, 慕课

Abstract:

In order to combat the impact of the new coronavirus-infected pneumonia epidemic (COVID-19) on normal school opening and classroom teaching, our analytical chemistry department actively responded to the initiative, quickly prepared and built an online MOOC teaching activity using the school multi-level information-based learning platform, to ensure the teaching arrangement during the deferred semester, and help and guide students to complete this course with high quality and efficiency. This article analyzed from the four aspects, including fast construction of analytic chemistry courses and their characteristics, learning and management with the school curriculum platform, auxiliary teaching with WeChat group, QQ group or public mailbox, and students' using effects and learning requirements. We hope to provide a data support for new teaching methods exploration, in order to improve the teaching quality of analytical chemistry, so as to complete the teaching and learning with students, and obtain ideal results.

Key words: Analytical chemistry, Epidemic prevention, MOOC

MSC2000: 

  • G64