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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(4): 355-359
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.355-359

Research on Teaching Methods of Postgraduate Courses Based on PBL

Ce Ji*, Chunhong Cao, Rong Geng, and Siyu Zhang
School of Computer Science and Technology, Northeast University, Shenyang, China
*Correspondence: jice@cse.neu.edu.cn (C.J.)

Manuscript received December 20, 2022; revised February 20, 2023; accepted May 31, 2023.

Abstract—As a teaching model based on learning transfer theory and constructivist education ideology, the problem driven teaching model is an effective method to combine knowledge inheritance and knowledge reconstruction to cultivate innovative talents. Under the traditional teaching model, schools often only focus on achievements and achievements in the cultivation of graduate students, while ignoring the cultivation of their own innovative and practical abilities in the scientific research process. After realizing the drawbacks of this traditional teaching model, this article applies the problem-driven teaching model to the course “Signal Detection and Estimation Theory”, and hopes to strengthen the problem awareness and practical ability of graduate students in scientific research and learning throughout the entire process of cultivating graduate students, so as to cultivate their ability to discover, analyze, and solve problems, This is the key to cultivating students’ innovative research and professional practical abilities. Under this teaching method, object-oriented autonomous learning has been achieved, further stimulating the innovative consciousness and spirit of graduate students.  
Keywords—problem-based, signal detection and estimation theory, innovation awareness, autodidacticism 

Cite: Ce Ji, Chunhong Cao, Rong Geng, and Siyu Zhang, "Research on Teaching Methods of Postgraduate Courses Based on PBL," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 355-359, December 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.355-359

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