University Chemistry ›› 2022, Vol. 37 ›› Issue (8): 2206085.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX202206085

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Establishment of a Tridimensional Teaching Mode for Organic Chemistry Course in Agricultural Universities: A Case Study of Jilin Agricultural University

Bo Hong(), Yuanhui Chen, Shujie Zhao, Wencong Liu   

  • Received:2022-06-28 Accepted:2022-07-21 Published:2022-07-27
  • Contact: Bo Hong


In recent years, the organic chemistry course was facing challenges in advancing emerging agricultural education and in reaching the minimum class enrollment numbers in agricultural universities. Taking Jilin Agricultural University (JLAU) as an example, this study focused on the necessity and feasibility of a tridimensional teaching mode for organic chemistry. The theory exploration and research practice of the tridimensional teaching mode were evaluated in terms of independent study, flipped classrooms, improvement of practical ability, as well as pre- and post-class comprehensive coverages. Thereafter, its progress and impact were summarized. The establishment and implementation of the tridimensional teaching mode improved the teaching quality of the organic chemistry course in JLAU and provided references for the teaching reformation of organic chemistry in other agricultural universities.

Key words: Agricultural universities, Organic chemistry, Tridimensional teaching mode