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American Journal of Business and Society, Vol.6, No.1, Mar. 2021, Pub. Date: Jan. 11, 2021
The Research on the Status of Autonomous Learning Ability of Graduate Students Majoring in Mathematics in China
Pages: 1-8 Views: 35 Downloads: 12
Authors
[01] Xiaotong Zhang, The School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.
[02] Zezhong Yang, The School of Mathematics and Statistics, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.
Abstract
With the rapid development of graduate education, the quality of graduate training has become the most important part of the development of higher education. One of the standards to measure the quality of graduate training is whether graduate students have learning ability, especially the ability of autonomous learning. Autonomous learning is the premise and foundation of scientific research for graduate students. Therefore, mastering the present situation of graduate students' autonomous learning ability can not only provide better suggestions for improving graduate students' autonomous learning ability but also help to further improve the quality of education in colleges. To grasp the present situation about the autonomous learning ability of graduate students majoring in mathematics in China, this paper carries on the related research to the mathematics graduate student through the method of the questionnaire survey. The research draws the following conclusions: Most of the graduate students majoring in mathematics in China have autonomous learning ability and the autonomous learning ability is high, especially in the three aspects of preparing the relevant learning materials before class autonomously, taking class notes autonomously, and finishing the homework autonomously. However, students' autonomous learning ability still needs to be improved in the following aspects: making classroom learning goals autonomously, taking extracurricular exercises autonomously, testing learning content autonomously in classroom learning, and testing learning effects in non-classroom learning autonomously.
Keywords
Graduate Students, Autonomous Learning, Ability, Current Situation
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