From “How to Teach” to “How to Learn”

Ling JIANG, Daojin SUN


Dialectics of Nature, a compulsory course for science and engineering postgraduate students, “service-oriented” teachers should how to teach, and students should how to learn, which are two bidirectional dialectical core units on Dialectics of Nature to achieve a fundamental teaching purpose.


Dialectics of nature; How to teach; How to learn

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