Cultivation of Scientific Thinking Ability and Innovation Ability in the Teaching of Electrodynamics

Haiyan Li

Abstract


As the important part of the theoretical physics, the electrodynamics is a theoretical basic course of the physics and relative subjects. To adapt the demands for cultivating the target of highly-quality talents in the 21st century, students’ scientific thinking ability and innovation ability should be mainly cultivated in the teaching. Based on practice experiences, this article describes the establishment of the new physical theory, narrates the development of the subject and its application in the modern scientific technology, and studies the cultivation of students’ two abilities combining with scientific researches.


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