A Study of Small-Scale Aircraft Carrier Modelling in Educational Practice

1 Ship and Maritime college, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China
2 School of Foreign Languages, Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University 510665, China

Received: 10 April 2024 / Accepted: 5 May 2024 / Published: 7 May 2024

The oceans boast abundant resources, making the ocean economy a crucial global component. Consequently, the training of personnel in marine engineering is paramount. Practical courses play a pivotal role in this professional learning journey. However, several colleges and universities struggle to offer practical courses due to resource constraints and other challenges. Ship modelling emerges as a promising solution to overcome these limitations, offering a cost-effective practical learning approach. This paper employs a task-based teaching method to investigate the practical education of undergraduate marine engineering students, utilizing the ship working group of the Poetic Marine Engineering Team at Guangdong Ocean University, with aircraft carrier modelling as the focal point. The findings reveal that learners participating in ship modelling practical classes exhibit enhanced abilities across various domains, including professional knowledge, skills, future planning, and innovation. This study holds implications for learning within the marine engineering field.

Ship modelling; Poetic Marine Engineering Team; Task-based teaching method; Aircraft carrier modelling

Liang Z., Si K., Xie Y., Lin Q., Zhao G., Zhang Y. A Study of Small-Scale Aircraft Carrier Modelling in Educational Practice. Eng. Solut. Mech. Mar. Struct. Infrastruct., 2024, 1(2), doi: 10.58531/esmmsi/1/2/5

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