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IJLT 2024 Vol.10(1): 1-5
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.10.1.1-5

The Construction of Undergraduate Course Teaching Quality Evaluation System Based on PBL

Chunhong Cao1,2, Ce Ji1, Rong Geng1, and Zhiqing Zhang1,*
1. School of Computer Science and Technology, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China
2. Teaching Innovation and Research Center, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China
Email: caochunhong@cse.neu.edu.cn (C.C.); jice@cse.neu.edu.cn (C.J.); gengrong@cse.neu.edu.cn (R.G.); 2272115@stu.neu.edu.cn (Z.Z.)
*Corresponding author

Manuscript received March 31, 2023; revised May 20, 2023; accepted June 30, 2023; published January 5, 2024.

Abstract—In recent years, with the increasing demand for high-level practical talents and gradually accelerating the process of educational diversification, our undergraduate education is breaking the original training mode, from a single to diverse, from closed to open. PBL is “Problem-Based Learning” or “Problem-Orientated Learning”. This study intends to construct a set of teaching quality evaluation index system of PBL course, which has multi-level structure, clear index connotation and reasonable weight value, and can be popularized in the teaching practice of undergraduate education. At the same time, this study also plans to make a teaching Quality Assessment Questionnaire, which provides scientific evidence for further improving and developing the application of PBL teaching method in undergraduate education.

Keywords—PBL, expert consultation method, analytic hierarchy process, evaluation system

Cite: Chunhong Cao, Ce Ji, Rong Geng, and Zhiqing Zhang, "The Construction of Undergraduate Course Teaching Quality Evaluation System Based on PBL," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 1-5, 2024.

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