On July 31st, the 2nd National Teaching Innovation Competition for College Teachers came to a close in Xi’an Jiaotong University. Yang Fan from the School of Law and Ai Yong from the School of Computer Science respectively won the second prize in the associate professor group and the third prize in the lecturer group of the universities affiliated to Ministry of Education respectively.
Yang Fan reported on the innovative achievements of the Labor and Social Security Law course with the theme of “Project-based Teaching with Dual Teachers and Multi-domain Collaborative Education”, by which he won unanimous praise from the judges for his elaborate content, perfect integration of political philosopy and innovative teaching methods. Ai Yong proposed the PSC teaching model based on the reconstruction of Operating Systems Theory Courses, and demonstrated the quality teaching style of young teachers through the “Three Dimensions & Five Levels Teaching Method” and “Four Gradient Experiment”.
Over recent years, SCMZU has adhered to playing the main position of classroom teaching and encouraged teachers to devote themselves to teaching. Considerable efforts have been made to promote the deep integration of modern information technology with classroom teaching, enrich high-quality courses resources and explore the reform and innovation of teaching, all of which contributed to teachers’ achievements in a variety of teaching competitions. In the first National Teaching Innovation Competition, SCMZU won a second prize. In the 2nd competition, which was launched in October 2021, with the full preparation from the Teaching Affairs Department and comprehensive training guidance offered by the Faculty Development Center, Yang Fan and Ai Yong won the grand prize and the first prize of Hubei Region, and finally won the second and third prize in the nation-wide competition.
Guided by the Department of Higher Education of Ministry of Education, the National Teaching Innovation Competition is organized by China Association of Higher Education. It is reported that, in this session, a total of 60,879 teachers from 1,195 colleges and universities have participated in the first-run school competition, among which 18,407 teachers were recommended to the provincial competition, and 406 teachers won awards in the nation-wide competition.
Edited by Liu Qiong
Reviewed by Wang Huaigang