Associate Professor, Che Wen
Learning and working experience:
From 1983 to 1990, she studied mathematics at Northeastern University and received a Bachelor of Science and a Master's degree.
From 1990 to 2001, she was responsible for the teaching of basic mathematics courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Mathematics Teaching and Research Department of the Basic Medical College of The Chinese Medical University.
From 2001 to 2005, she has transferred to Liaoning University, and has taken on the task of teaching economic mathematics for undergraduates from the International Economics College
From 2005 to 2009, she has taken on the task of teaching economic mathematics for undergraduates from the Economics College.
In 2007-2008, the academic year was named the 8th Liaoning University "excellent undergraduate teachers."
From 2009 to now Teaching Calculus, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics and Linear Algebra at the Public Foundations College.
Well aware of the teacher's responsibility is great, so more stringent requirements of my own, to be a teacher table, answer questions and puzzles, carefully prepare lessons, fully prepared. Through my explanation, I hope that abstract and complex concepts and theories will become as intuitive and simple as possible, so that students have more understanding and interest in knowledge, less rote memorization and fear, open their minds, improve the analysis and understanding of the problem, so that they can learn to use it in the future.
After many years of teaching, I also deeply feel that the vast majority of students very much approve of my teaching methods and ideas, I think this is a great incentive for me as a teacher, which will prompt me to work harder in the future, and constantly summarize methods, and further improve my teaching level, to give back to my students.
Thank you so much to my students! And I would like to thank my colleagues who have worked with me and given me selfless help.