Education Quarterly Reviews

ISSN 2621-5799

Published: 02 March 2020

Research on the Training Mode of Biology Talents Under the Background of Characteristic Subject Construction - Take Xinyang Normal University as an Example

Bo Peng, Xiao-Rui Ma, Feng Peng, Xue-Zhong Sun, Xia-Yu Tian, Xin-Hua Huang, Meng-Yang Zheng, Yan-Fang Sun, Rui-Hua Pang, Jin-Tiao Li, Quan-Xiu Wang, Wie Zhou, Hong-Yu Yuan

Xinyang Normal University (China), Gushi No. 1 Middle School (China), Henan Xinyang Senior High School (China)

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Pages: 72-80

Keywords: Biology, Personnel Training, New Model, Characteristic Discipline


The 21st century is the century of life science. With the rapid development of life science and technology, the social needs of biological professionals are changing dramatically, and the requirements for their theoretical quality and practical ability are becoming higher and higher. The construction of characteristic disciplines in Henan Province is advancing steadily, which is having a far-reaching impact on the talent cultivation of colleges and universities in the province, and the talent training mode of colleges and universities has also changed greatly. With the continuous expansion of the national undergraduate enrollment scale, it is of great theoretical and practical significance for local normal universities to cultivate biological professionals to adapt to the development of life science and social needs, and to explore a new model for the cultivation of biological professionals. Xinyang Normal University, based on the experience of biological talents training in the past 45 years, especially in the past five years around the construction of Henan Province's characteristic disciplines, focuses on the construction of "teaching staff, teaching team and practice team", focusing on improving the theoretical quality and practical ability of students majoring in biology, that is, a new training model of "one center, two improvements" for biological professionals. The new model has important theoretical significance and potential application value for the continuous improvement of teaching quality of biology education.


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