Publicado en 3C TIC – Volume 12 Issue 2 (Ed. 43)
The increasing pollution caused by carbon emissions has led to a growing call for emission reduction. With China's current goal of carbon neutrality, how to innovate the petrochemical industry has become a hot issue. As a higher education institution that delivers talent for the petrochemical industry, it is in line with this trend to carry out teaching reforms of professional courses. In this paper, we collect data extensively for the evaluation of course attainment in the petrochemical industry and carry out the weight allocation of factors. Two classes of a university's 2018 class of petrochemical industry majors were used as the comparison objects. One of the classes was taught in a reformed manner while the other class was taught in a traditional manner. The results showed that the overall score of the class subjected to reformed instruction was 78.9, which was greater than the 74.6 score of the class taught using the traditional approach. In addition, when surveyed for feedback on course content, it was found that a whopping 92% of students showed identification with their major. Only 2% of the students felt that the new teaching style was a waste of their time.
Carbon neutrality; petrochemical industry; professional courses; teaching reform; higher education institutions.