Research and Practice of Structural Mechanics Teaching Design in the Digital Age

Tingting Dong, Hongxi Chen, Xiaoruo Yang


This paper explores innovative strategies and practical applications for teaching structural mechanics courses in the digital era. The focus is on analyzing how online-offline hybrid teaching models can optimize the educational process in structural mechanics and enhance teaching efficiency and student learning outcomes. The paper elaborates in detail on how digital technologies support the teaching of structural mechanics, including the use of various digital tools and platforms to foster student interaction and participation, as well as improve their understanding and mastery of course content. Additionally, the research discusses the effective integration of ideological and political education within structural mechanics teaching, aimed at fostering students' comprehensive abilities. This study provides new perspectives and methods for the teaching design of structural mechanics and related disciplines in a digital learning environment.

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