Teaching Analysis of Cross-university Elective Courses Based on TRIZ Theory—"Analog Electronic Technology" Course as an Example

Bo HU, Dong-sheng ZHOU, Dan GUO

Abstract


This paper proposes the combination of TRIZ theoretical innovation method and Cross-university elective courses, we can realize new ways of exploring educational reform practice, which stimulate students' interest in simulating electronic technology courses, and cultivate students' innovative thinking modes. Meanwhile it follows the law of technological evolution system in process of electronic courses learning, which solves the technical contradictions and physical contradictions in the system, and proposes a variety of active learning modes of classroom mode. Then we analyze the results of teaching students in the two academic years, it shows that the new mode of teaching reform is helpful to mobilize the initiative of students' learning, which cultivate innovative ability of solving practical problems in engineering, it provides a broader perspective for the development of outstanding professionals in higher education institutions. Introduce TRIZ theory, is a comprehensive theoretical system, which Altshuller led TRIZ research group, analyze nearly 2.5 million high-level invention patents in the world, forming a system composed of methods and algorithms for solving technology and achieving innovative development. We Introduce the TRIZ theory into the curriculum system of electrical engineering, and cultivate students learning process from micro world to macro world, from individual element to whole one, from unknown areas to mastered one, which students adopt divergent thinking and use their existing theoretical systems and logical thinking methods to discover Problems, analyze problems and solve problem, which are currently hot issues in teaching reform research.

Keywords


TRIZ Theory, Cross-university Elective Course, Innovative Ability, Teaching Mode


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2019/29854

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