On the afternoon of April 18, the on-site review of the first Sichuan University Teacher Teaching Innovation Competition was held at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. The interdisciplinary course "Sports, Technology and Smart Life" participated by Professor Jiang Yushi of our school won the first prize of Sichuan Province. The teaching team of this course will also participate in the first National University Teacher Teaching Innovation Competition as one of the nine teams recommended by Sichuan Province Teacher Teaching Innovation Competition.
The theme of the first National University Teacher Teaching Innovation Competition is "promoting teaching innovation and creating first-class courses" to guide teachers to devote themselves to teaching and educating students. The competition is sponsored by the China Higher Education Association. Provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities) and industry higher education associations are responsible for organizing the provincial competition and recommending the list of teachers who participate in the national competition. The competition is divided into three groups: the senior group, the deputy senior group, and the intermediate and lower groups. After the two stages of online review and on-site review, 3 teachers(teams) in each group were selected from the 186 contestants shortlisted from the Sichuan Provincial Competition.
The course "Sports, Technology and Smart Life" participated by Professor Jiang Yushi participated in the deputy senior group competition. This course focuses on sports experience, integrating mechanical, physical education, mechanics, electrical, economics and management and other multidisciplinary knowledge to solve real problems as the starting point. In the task-driven team hands-on practice process, it stimulates students' intrinsic motivation and cultivates students to form interdisciplinary Knowledge structure, interdisciplinary thinking ability and interdisciplinary literacy, which have significant effects in enhancing students' innovative creativity.