Exploration on ideological and political teaching modes at colleges under micro-era utterance
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- Micro-era utterance, Colleges, Ideology and politics, Teaching modes, Inquiry
With continuous development and progress in science, network application has been popularized and micro era has arrived. To improve teaching quality of ideological and political courses, contemporary colleges should carry out reform of teaching modes. This thesis discuses exploration on ideological and political teaching modes under micro-era utterance in the following aspects, including microblog and subject inquiry mode under micro-era utterance, advantages brought by using microblog to develop ideological and political subject inquiry teaching modes, framework design and implementation of ideological and political teaching modes at colleges under micro-era utterance and problems we should pay attention to when we use microblog platform to develop subject inquiry. Ideological and political courses in college education aim at improving students’ ideological and political quality and providing a correct direction for students to establish their outlook on life, value and even world outlook. We need explore a teaching mode that is more appropriate for features of contemporary college students and improve teaching effectiveness of ideological and political courses in Chinese colleges further when we enhance students’ knowledge level.
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TY - CONF AU - Yuxia Wang PY - 2014/11 DA - 2014/11 TI - Exploration on ideological and political teaching modes at colleges under micro-era utterance BT - Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Education Technology and Social Science PB - Atlantis Press SP - 296 EP - 300 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icetss-14.2014.64 DO - 10.2991/icetss-14.2014.64 ID - Wang2014/11 ER -