From Multidimensional Splitting to Fusion Construction: Controversies and Reflections on the Cultivation of Undergraduate Students’ Engineering Practice Competencies
QI Shu-yu;HUANG Dan-ning;School of Higher Education, Faulty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Beijing University of Technology;
The cultivation of engineering practice competencies of undergraduate students is a key indicator of the cultivation process of engineering education in colleges and universities, and an important mark of the cultivation quality of engineering education in colleges and universities. However, the current engineering practice competencies of students is generally weak, and the cultivation of competencies face the controversy between comprehensive development view and technology supremacy theory, the split between technical ability and non-technical ability, the contradiction between single linear situation and complex inferior situation, and the fragmentation between isolated and scattered standards and interwoven and collaborative reality. This paper puts forward the cultivation logic from conflicting interests to multiple co-governance, from explicit curriculum to implicit curriculum, from flat theory to three-dimensional context, and from independent and scattered to coordinated and integrated.