How to Cultivate the Ability of Innovative Thinking in Computer Programming Teaching

Fuqian Shi, Jincai Wei

Abstract


In the current teaching activities on curriculum, teachers taught all kinds of computer language at the most of the time. Students also focus on a variety of examinations, but the real time to train students’ independent software developing skill is very limited. This has resulted in the students only to copy other people's systems design ideas, materials or other software reproduction procedures and take a simple so-called "Program Design." Based on this, this paper introduced a variety of computer teaching activities in classroom and formed role for training students’ imagination, the ability to find and explore, knowledge transfer capability and the quality of innovative thinking of students.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v1n1p50

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