University Chemistry ›› 2021, Vol. 36 ›› Issue (7): 2011026.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX202011026

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Application of Task-Driven "Progressive Dynamic Teaching" in Blending Teaching of Inorganic Chemistry

Ling Li(), Juan Wang, Chi Zhang, Zheng Wang, Wenhua Zhu, Lihong Tian, Yingxi Wang   

  • Received:2020-11-06 Accepted:2021-02-17 Published:2021-03-08
  • Contact: Ling Li


With the rapid development of MOOC, blended teaching has become the main trend of teaching development. At present, major colleges and universities are actively promoting teaching reform and improving teaching quality with the goal of creating a "golden course". In the context of "golden course", the author combines the MOOC platform and self-built WeChat official account to arrange progressive tasks from simple to complex before, during and after class. Based on the task-driven teaching, students' studying enthusiasm is mobilized. Based on the reflection on students' feedback in the previous learning task, the upcoming task is designed and adjusted, presenting a dynamic teaching design. The "Progressive Dynamic Teaching" model is demonstrated through teaching cases, and the specific process of optimizing teaching is explained. The practical results prove that this task-driven progressive dynamic teaching helps to improve students' studying willingness and satisfactory teaching results can be obtained.

Key words: Blending teaching, Task-driven, Progressive, Dynamic teaching