Exploration on the Application of Blended Learning Model in Practical Training Teaching—Taking “Data Communication in Wireless Sensor Networks” as an Example

  • Heng TangEmail author
  • Hongfang Cheng
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)


As an important part of Higher Vocational Education, practical training teaching combines blended learning with online learning and traditional classroom teaching methods. Meanwhile, it uses various teaching resources such as online learning platform resources, online simulation system, experimental equipment and so on. Practical training teaching is divided into three stages: pre-class guidance, in-class learning and after-class expansion. It achieves good teaching effect and realizes the student-centered learning style.


Blended learning Practical training teaching 



This work was supported by the research on high school provincial quality engineering project of Anhui grant No. 2015mooc109 and No. 2016ckjh224, the excellent top talent cultivation project of Anhui high school grant No. gxyqZD2017141, Nature science research project of Anhui high school grant No. KJ2017A560, and school level scientific and technological innovation team grant No. Wzykj2018A02.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wuhu Institute of TechnologyWuhuChina

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