A Study on the Research Status and Trends of the Connection Between Secondary and Higher Vocational Education Curriculum in China: Based on the Thesis About the Connection Between Secondary and Higher Vocational Education in the CNKI.Net

Qiang TAN, Mei FENG

Abstract


In the paper, the bibliometrical method has been used to explain the thesis about the connection between secondary and higher vocational education in the CNKI. Net. The research content has those such as the amount of published papers, concept and positioning, theoretical foundation, content of cohesion, cohesion way, problem of attribution and strategy, pilot reform and practice, security system and measures, the international comparison study, etc.. The study wants to find the research focus and development status of the connection between secondary and higher vocational education in china, and to provide research foundation for the future development.


Keywords


The research status and trends; The curriculum connection; Secondary and Higher vocational education in China

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