Hailu Yang and Jin Zhang
This paper discusses the industry-education integration teaching model for the Communication Principles course. By incorporating industry needs into course design, students are exposed to real-world problems, enhancing their practical skills. It also involves the design of a multi-level assessment mechanism, allowing teachers to monitor and evaluate students' performance in a timely manner, comprehensively assessing their learning and problem-solving abilities. The paper explores project-driven experiential teaching design, where students engage in practical operations based on project requirements, thereby mastering the core concepts and technologies of data communication principles through hands-on experience. This approach fosters innovation and teamwork skills. The industry-education integration course model proposed in this study aims to develop students' practical application skills and innovative spirit, enabling them to be competitive in the information society. It provides valuable insights and inspiration for the development of higher education.
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