Exploration of the “Penetration and Normalization” Path of Core Values Education of College Students

Furong DENG

Abstract


The socialist core values are an important spiritual pursuit, the spiritual pillar and spiritual power for college students in the development of their lives. Whether we can guide college students to establish and practice the socialist core values is not only related to the healthy growth and development of college students, but also related to the realization of Chinese dream. This paper analyzes that we should expand the path of “penetrated education integrating explicit and implicit characteristics and systematical normalized education”, promote the development of core values education methods and the improvement of the system and promote the formation of education forces, thereby enhance the effectiveness of core values education of college students.


Keywords


College students; “Penetration and normalization” Path; Core values education; Explicit and implicit characteristics

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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