University of Munster, Germany
The plant protection profession is a practical, applied, and highly operational discipline. In the teaching of plant protection, college students need a lot of practical learning opportunities, in order to find a variety of practical problems in practice, and then use their own knowledge to explain various phenomena, solve various problems, and reflect their professional value. And by continuously learning and applying new knowledge, you can gain confidence in success. Since its establishment, the plant protection profession has established a set of practical teaching system in the long-term teaching practice, and cultivated a large number of excellent plant protection talents under the corresponding social conditions. However, as the speed of urbanization in China continues to accelerate and the structure of the agricultural industry is constantly adjusted, the requirements of the society for the practical ability of plant protection students are constantly improving. The original practice teaching system can no longer meet the needs of cultivating new plant protection talents. Therefore, the innovation of the practical teaching system of plant protection profession is imperative.
Plant Protection, Practical Teaching System, Innovation, Practice
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