TEACHING REFORM OF ELDERLY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM BASED ON CDIO
Keywords:CDIO, Elderly Education, Information Courses, Reform In Education
Elderly education is beneficial for achieving the continued socialization of the elderly, enabling them to adapt more smoothly to retirement life and new social roles. This article focuses on the elderly education information curriculum and proposes to reform traditional curriculum teaching methods based on CDIO theory, following the ideas of Concept, Design, Implementation, and Operate, so that students can master new technologies and skills, build a learning society, and improve the cultural quality of the entire nation.
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