Exploration on the Backbone Training System of College Students in Ideological Propaganda Work in the New Media Age

Lujiang ZHOU, Zhi DAI


It is of great strategic significance to cultivate the backbone of college students in propaganda work in the new media era to enhance the education of socialist core values and consolidate the ideological position of colleges and universities. Based on the operation system of ideological propaganda team and the career model of student backbone in colleges and universities, this paper explained a “T” type training system of core students in ideological propaganda work in colleges and universities, which provided scientific theoretical guidance for the selection, cultivation and management of student leaders group. In view of the actual work of student backbone group in ideological propaganda work, based on the Kirkpatrick evaluation model, the evaluation model of student cadre training effect in ideological propaganda work in colleges and universities was constructed, with a view to realizing systematic, standardized and scientific training feedback mechanism.


Ideological propaganda work; Student backbone; “T” type training system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11127


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