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Tian Yuanzi Won Second Prize in National Competition
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Tian Yuanzi Won Second Prize in National Competition

Sponsored by the National Committee of China Education, Culture, Sports and Trade Union, and hosted by Jiangsu Education Science and Technology Trade Union and Nanjing University, the finals of the 5th National College Young Teachers Teaching Competition were held in Nanjing University on October 28-30. Ms. Tian Yuanzi, from the School of Culture and Communication of SCUN, participated in the finals and won the second prize in the Liberal Arts Group.

In 2018, Ms. Tian Yuanzi won the first prize in the Liberal Arts Group of the 6th National College Young Teachers Teaching Competition held in Hubei Province, and was awarded the Hubei May Day Labor Medal. In July, 2020, selected by Hubei Provincial Federation of Trade Unions, Ms. Tian, on behalf of Hubei Province, participated in the finals of the 5th National College Young Teachers Teaching Competition. To achieve good results, she has participated in multiple training sessions organized by the Hubei provincial government, and constantly adjusted her teaching ideas and improved her teaching methods. The Trade Union and the College of Culture and Communication of SCUN established an expert team to improve her curriculum design, enrich her teaching content and optimize her teaching procedures. Having revised her courseware and teaching plans countless times, she successfully designed the most suitable teaching methods within limited preparation time, and finally won good results in the finals with News Sensitivity as the theme of her class.

Ms. Tian Yuanzi (4th from left) took a group photo with other teachers attending the summary meeting. (Provided by Tian Yuanzi)

Looking back at the process of the preparation for the competition, Ms. Tian Yuanzi said, In just a few months, I had to assimilate the experience and opinions experts had imparted to me and make use of them, which was time and energy-consuming. But the past four months have improved my perspective and methods of thinking about and solving problems, and I have become mature. I believe that as long as I keep learning in a down-to-earth manner, I will become a better college teacher in the new era who can lead my students to a broader platform.

There are five groups in the competition: liberal arts, science, engineering, medicine and ideological and political courses. 162 contestants selected from more than 20,000 contestants from more than 1,000 universities participated in the finals. Up to now, the college teachers teaching competition has covered nearly half of all the colleges and universities in China, and over 1 million teachers have participated.