The Assurance Mode of the University Ecological Environment Education Quality Based on the Mechanism of Human Brain Visual Perception

Yi-Fei Chen, Lei-Ming Fu

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 493-497


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The teaching effect of universities based on the mechanism of the human brain visual perception is evaluated, which provides the basis for enriching the atmosphere of classrooms and the teaching forms of universities. The evaluation method of the human visual perception mechanism based on the method of principal component analysis and entropy weight is proposed. Questionnaire surveys, observations, mathematical statistics and other methods are used to randomly divide the 259 students from Henan Institute of Education, which are selected by stratified clusters, into experimental and control groups. Each training time is 8 to 16 hours, it is 6 times, and the total duration is three months. According to the above method, the subject is trained in accordance with the implementation steps of the human brain visual perception mechanism. Based on the research results of typical customer satisfaction index models at home and abroad, the impact factors of student satisfaction are analyzed. It can be known from the example analysis that university students have the high degree of satisfaction with the quality of education services, and the development of non-intellectual factors can be effectively promoted by the mechanism of the human visual perception to enhance class cohesion and improve students’ recognition of the school. At the same time, the establishment of learning organizations is promoted, which can effectively make up for students’ lack of intellectual factors and improve their academic performance.


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