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The Emergence of Innovation Education: Trends and Challenges

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2018.21008 | Downloads: 68 | Views: 3523

Author(s)

Guangmei Lin 1, Zhen Kong 1, Kun Bai 2, Linghan Kong 3

Affiliation(s)

1 Beijing Information Technology College, No. 5, Fangyuanxilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
2 University of International Relations, No. 12, Poshangcun, Haidian District, Beijing, China
3 Beijing Bayi School, No. 29, Suzhoujie, Haidian District, Beijing, China

Corresponding Author

Kun Bai

ABSTRACT

This paper focuses on the trends and challenges in innovation education in the 21st century. It is aimed at looking for advice, ideas and inspiration for the effective education in Chinese vocational colleges. Every business plan should provide insights into the future strategy. It is important for colleges and universities to plan the orderly transition of the education as it grows and develops. Milestone scheduling is a step-by-step approach to illustrate accomplishments in a piecemeal fashion. These milestones can be established according to any appropriate timeframe, such as quarterly, monthly or weekly. Among the wide range of tools available to innovators, coaching is increasingly popular as a support structure. It addresses the limitations of “classic” support measures predicated on passive absorption of knowledge and ready-made formulas in a lecture-type context where entrepreneurs are told what they “must” do, without being given the opportunity to really become involved.

KEYWORDS

Student, Vocational college, Innovation, Education.

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Guangmei, L., Zhen, K,, Kun, B., Linghan, K., The Emergence of Innovation Education: Trends and Challenges. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2018) 2: 102-105.

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