Research on the Application of Intelligence Teaching Mode of Superstar Platform in the Teaching of Experimental Design and Data Processing
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Keywords

Experimental design and data processing
Superstar platform
Flip the classroom
Wisdom lesson
Teaching method

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i8.2461

Abstract

Experimental Design and Data Processing is an important core professional basic course for food science majors. This course is theoretical and practical, and there are many formulas, abstract contents and difficult to understand, and there are some problems in the teaching process, such as students' poor interest in learning, insufficient mastery of what they have learned, and inability to combine theory with practice organically. Through analyzing the existing problems, this paper puts forward some reform measures for the teaching mode of experimental design and data processing by using the intelligent teaching of Superstar platform.

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