Discussions on Teaching Methods of Computer Courses for Non-Computer Specialty

Su-duo LI, Cai-ren PUCUO, Jing-wei DENG, Kai-ying DENG


In the 21st century, grasp and use of the computer is one of humanity's necessary basic skills. At present computer courses have become an obligatory course for both art students and science students in common universities. But because liberal arts students are not good enough in mathematics, logical thinking, space imagination ability and so on, they feel difficult to study computer courses, thus affect their learning interest and learning effects. This paper analyzes the existing problems of computer courses teaching for non-computer specialty and then provides betterment according to our teaching experience.


Teaching Methods, Teaching Experience, Non-Computer Specialty


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