Exploring of teaching effect of course “vehicle chassis structure” based on the teaching mode of divided class

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Lifeng Ma
Pingqing Fan
Sha Xu

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University is an important transit station for students to enter social life, undertaking the important mission of personnel training. Nowadays, a series of challenges exists in university education. It is very important to strengthen the teaching effect of cases in the classroom. The course “Vehicle chassis structure” is a compulsory professional course for undergraduate students majoring in automotive engineering. This work has proposed a teaching mode of divided class for the course of “Vehicle chassis structure”. And it can be concluded that the teaching effect can be improved largely via the teaching mode of divided class. The main purpose of this method is to improve students' initiative learning ability and mutual help and cooperation ability.

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Ma, L. ., Fan, P. ., & Xu, S. . (2020). Exploring of teaching effect of course “vehicle chassis structure” based on the teaching mode of divided class . International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(6), 230-234. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss6.2400
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Lifeng Ma, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, 201620, Shanghai, China.

School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, 

Pingqing Fan, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, 201620, Shanghai, China.

School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

Sha Xu, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, 201620, Shanghai, China.

School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

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