Engineering Graphics Teaching Based on Interactive Fusion Mode
This paper analyses the typical problems existing in engineering graphics teaching, structures the interactive fusion teaching mode and puts forwards the detailed execute solution. This mode, more intuitive than common teaching modes, closely combines the engineering softwares and theories and helps people better experience the engineering contact between these two. At the same time, this mode conquers the problem of ‘learning the software for the software’ by adding AUTOCAD into classroom teaching to assist the corresponding chapters and integrate the relatively dispersive chapters into a whole systems engineering with internal logical relation.
KeywordsInteractive fusion mode Engineering graphics Educational reform AUTOCAD
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