New Attempt of Curriculum Reform- A Case Study of Physics STEAM Curriculum in a Senior High School

By  Yuxuan Yang, Yan Fan, Hui Lu, Hong Yuan, Li Xie
Received: 2019-10-13 / Accepted: 2020-6-29 / Published: 2020-9-30
PDF Main Manuscript (455.99 KB)  DOI: https://doi.org/10.37906/real.2020.5
Abstract The curriculum is the carrier of teaching activities and an important measure for cultivating national scientific and technological talents. STEAM education originated from the United States, as an interdisciplinary and integrated education mode to cultivate comprehensive talents in the future, aims at improving students' scientific and humanistic literacy, and emphasizes the cultivation of students' lifelong learning awareness, problem-solving ability, scientific inquiry ability and innovation ability. Therefore, designing a STEAM Curriculum with inquiry and engineering orientation has important guiding significance for China's basic education reform. This paper takes the "Manufacturing of Hydraulic Manipulator" as the project theme, and based on the 6E learning by design model, discusses the design of STEAM physics curriculum. [More...]

Amendment of the Measurement of the Equivalent Series Resistance at High Frequencies

By  Huimin Liu, Baoquan Ai, Fengguo Li
Received: 2019-10-10 / Accepted: 2020-6-29 / Published: 2020-9-29
PDF Main Manuscript (620.56 KB)  DOI: https://doi.org/10.37906/real.2020.6
Abstract A new method is proposed in (Ivković, Marković, Ivković, & Cvetanović, 2017) to measure the equivalent series resistance (ESR) and the inductance of a coil at low frequencies. However, a special phenomenon has appeared at high frequencies. It is found that the intercept has appeared and the measured inductance value had a large deviation from its nominal value. According to the analysis of result, an amended method is proposed in this paper. The inductance value should be amended according to the linear relation between the measured value and the nominal value.  [More...]

The Application of the Theory of Embodied Cognition in Online Science Teaching in Primary Schools

By  Zhenqiang Wang, Jingbiao Xu
Received: 2020-8-4 / Accepted: 2020-9-8 / Published: 2020-9-29
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Abstract Embodied cognition is a theory that studies the features of cognition that are formed through the experience of one’s body in a specific environment. It unveils that the body, via action and gestures, can be a powerful tool to enhance understanding and learning. In this paper, the theory of embodied cognition is introduced, and incorporated to the online elementary science curriculum, where the teachers are encouraged to involve physical interactions and participations during teaching, so that the students can better understand and master the scientific concepts. This new instructional method is shown to improve students’ scientific literacy and the quality of online teaching. [More...]

Analyses on Personalized Employment Guidance in Higher Education

By  Liu Meng
Received: 2019-10-4 / Accepted: 2020-9-23 / Published: 2020-9-30
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Abstract At present, with the development of entrepreneurship education, higher education draws more attention to students' learning processes and outcomes. Based on a scientific and standardized education system, entrepreneurship education requires higher education to provide students with more targeted, personalized, and flexible guidance to cater to their needs. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out personalized employment services and guidance. This paper aims to discuss how to provide personalized employment guidance and services according to the individual differences of students, and how to make the entrepreneurial education more diverse and get better results. [More...]