Study on Teaching and Scientific Research of Integration in Teachers' Team Construction
This study in the main object for Jiangxi blue sky institute teachers, cover English, machinery, electronics, computer four major. The basic connotation of the teaching and research integration is "teach without inquiry is shallow, inquiry and not teach is empty, teaching and scientific research, teaching research of initialization, both supplement each other, promote each other, improve together. Teaching and scientific research integration, it should make the teaching and scientific research and fusion, inseparable. Teaching and scientific research integration is not easy implementation, to really make every teacher's every day work have the research content, must ensure that teachers can with correct education theory as the guide, in view of the actual problem, in teaching and research in the process of finding appropriate medium develop education scientific research and will eventually scientific research achievements into solving teaching problem, improve teaching quality of valuable use of resources. The teaching and the scientific research integration is aimed at school this overall instead of the individual teacher, teacher team is to realize the overall objectives and teachers' personal goal of the organic combination of Bridges. Therefore, in order to promote the teaching aim of integrating scientific research, actively develop the college teachers’ team construction, to further improve the teaching quality in universities, and realize the healthy and sustainable development plays a very important and realistic significance. Therefore, this investigation focus on respectively from the Angle of teachers and students to analyze the teaching and the scientific research integration aspects, in order to get on teaching and scientific research integration teachers team construction effective approach.
R. R. Yan "Study on Teaching and Scientific Research of Integration in Teachers' Team Construction", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 66-68, pp. 1843-1847, 2011