Discussion on the Task Driven Method in the Teaching of Automation Technology and Application

Duanyuan BAI, Zhen HU, Mingqiu LI


General education curriculum is a curriculum and social development needs to adapt to the curriculum, represents the new direction of the reform of the curriculum system in colleges and universities. Automation Technology and Application is a general education curriculum for students with various specialty specialties, deeply welcomed by students. This paper attempts to introduce the task driven teaching method into the teaching of automation technology and application, effectively improve the learning interest of different professional students; combined with the variety professional characteristics of the professional students, improve students’ ability to solve practical problems.


Task driven teaching method; General education curriculum; Automation technology and application

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