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Teachers from Beijing City University Achieved Great Results in the Third Beijing Teaching Innovation Contest for College Teachers

Recently, Beijing Municipal Education Commission (BMEC) announced the winners of the 3rd Beijing Teaching Innovation Contest for College Teachers. Four teachers (teacher teams) recommended by BCU won the awards. Among them, Dr. Ma Ruoning's team from School of Performing Arts and Dr. Lu Yanan's team from School of Biomedicine won the second prize, Prof. Huang Sansheng's team from School of Art Design and Dr. Fan Songnan from School of International Culture and Communication won the outstanding award.

Course Name

Lead Lecturer

Team Members


Fundamentals of Broadcast Composition

Dr. Ma Ruoning

Dr. Yu Jia

The Second Prize

Medical Genetics

Dr. Lu Yanan

Associate Professor Tian Rongrong; Dr. Wang Xuehan; Dr. Liu Yanli

The Second Prize

Design Sketch

Prof. Huang Sansheng

Prof. Shi Wei; Prof. Zhao Jitong; Associate Professor Zhang Ning

The Outstanding Award

Introduction to Media Convergence

Dr. Fan Songnan

The Outstanding Award

The contest was sponsored by BMEC and hosted by Beijing University of Technology, Peking University, Renmin University of China, China Agricultural University and Capital Normal University. A total of 318 individual teachers (teacher teams) entered the municipal contest after being recommended by their universities. After the evaluation by experts, review by the contest organizing committee and approval by BMEC, 25 first prizes, 34 second prizes, 42 third prizes and 101 excellent prizes were selected.

The great results of BCU in this contest fully demonstrates the achievements of our university in deepening the reform of education and teaching in recent years, continuously strengthening the curriculum construction, and attaching importance to promoting the cultivation of "famous teachers' excellent courses". In the future, BCU will make unremitting efforts under the exemplary role of the Teaching Innovation Contest, encourage teachers to adhere to the "students development oriented" rule, and continue to explore innovative teaching models to further improve the quality of talent cultivation.