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Exploration on the Connection Effectiveness between the Training of Preschool Education Professionals in Higher Vocational Colleges and Social Needs

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2022.050311 | Downloads: 4 | Views: 111

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Xin Sun 1

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1 Shandong Vocational College of Industry, Shandong, China

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Xin Sun

ABSTRACT

One of the goals of preschool education professionals is to respond to social needs, to provide families with rich and meaningful early education experience, and more possibilities for children's early development. The article believes that the training of preschool education professionals should be well and effectively connected with social needs, so as to improve students' knowledge and skills, and promote the continuous and professional growth of the training system. However, due to the continuous emergence of problems such as education quality, campus culture, and comprehensive evaluation in the current school training process, there is a rupture between talent training and social needs. Strengthening government guidance for preschool education majors in vocational colleges, improving faculty, and reforming the talent training evaluation system are effective ways to eliminate gaps and increase connectivity.

KEYWORDS

Higher Vocational Colleges, Preschool Education, Talent Training, Social Needs, Connection

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Xin Sun, Exploration on the Connection Effectiveness between the Training of Preschool Education Professionals in Higher Vocational Colleges and Social Needs . Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2022) Vol. 5: 80-84. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2022.050311.

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