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New Teaching Model of Structural Mechanics Course for Civil Engineering Majors in the Information Age

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001410


Zhifang Tian

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Zhifang Tian


In the new era of undergraduate education in China, around the purpose of cultivating first-class talents, it is necessary for the majority of educators to actively explore the deep integration of online and offline teaching. Based on the above background, the purpose of this research is to study the new teaching model of structural mechanics for civil engineering majors in the information age. This study introduces the construction of the online course of structural mechanics and the mixed teaching of structural mechanics for the structural mechanics teaching team of civil engineering majors in the university, and compares the structural mechanics of students participating in hybrid teaching with traditional teaching by statistical analysis of a large number of first-line construction data Final exam scores, compared with the final exam scores of the material mechanics course of the prerequisite course, analyze the advantages and disadvantages of mixed teaching on the improvement of students' academic performance; in addition, use various platforms to analyze the factors that affect the effect of mixed teaching, with a view to The continuous improvement of mixed teaching provides useful reference. Studies have shown that face-to-face teaching, online learning and classroom tests are the main factors that affect the effectiveness of mixed teaching. Among them, face-to-face teaching plays a key role in mixed teaching. Giving play to the guiding role of face-to-face teaching in classrooms, better completing online learning, and maintaining a good learning progress can help students better master the course learning content, which is conducive to the implementation of student-centered education concepts.


Information Age; Structural Mechanics; Teaching Reform; Practice Discussion