"Internet +" Path to Improve the Quality of Ideological and Political Theory Courses in Higher Vocational Colleges
DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2019.31001 | Downloads: 17 | Views: 152
Xiaolei Zhang 1
1 Beijing Information Technology College, No. 5, Fangyuanxilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Corresponding AuthorXiaolei Zhang
The improvement of the quality of ideological and political theory courses in higher vocational colleges under the background of "Internet +" is one of the important ways to achieve the goal of high-quality talents training. The ideological and political theory course (hereinafter referred to as the ideological and political course) in higher vocational colleges is the main channel and main position for the systematic ideological and political education of higher vocational students. Through the investigation of 27 enterprises and 7 colleges, the research team found the following reform directions and countermeasures for the ideological and political course: 1. Adopt three kinds of information methods to mobilize students' interest in learning. 2. Strengthen the training in secondary school. 3. Explore new teaching models. 4. Compiling the ideological and moral cultivation and legal foundation course guidance as a supporting material to improve the effectiveness. 5. Adopt three practical teaching methods. 6. Make full use of the network to obtain course-related materials. 7. Divide the tasks in the form of modules to further improve the curriculum construction materials.
KEYWORDSStudent; Vocational college; Internet +; Course
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Xiaolei, Z., "Internet +" Path to Improve the Quality of Ideological and Political Theory Courses in Higher Vocational Colleges, Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2019) 3: 1-5.
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