University Chemistry ›› 2022, Vol. 37 ›› Issue (3): 2106007.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX202106007

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Design and Practice of the "Three-Dimensional" Teaching Mode for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry Experiments

Yaqing Zhou, Rui Mei, Wenhai Wu()   

  • Received:2021-06-06 Accepted:2021-08-11 Published:2021-09-07
  • Contact: Wenhai Wu


Inorganic and analytical chemistry experiment is the first offering compulsory laboratory course of biological science specialty in Hanjiang Normal University, whose teaching calibre is of great significance to the follow-up specialty course study, and the cultivation of research capabilities and innovative thinking of the undergraduates. However, such course has some issues including unmatched schedule between theory and practice, unpreparedness for class and monotonous final examining mode. The "three-dimensional" teaching mode comprised of courseware transmission, question collection and ability enhancement were employed to improve the learning initiative and stimulate curiosity by highlighting the principal position of students and implementing the assessment mechanism to each link of the course learning. The development of the "three-dimensional" teaching mode is applicable in facilitating the teaching quality of inorganic and analytical chemistry experiment course for Hanjiang Normal University.

Key words: Inorganic and analytical chemistry experiment, Biological sciences, Three-dimensional, Assessment mechanism, Learning motivation, Teaching quality