The Application of Situational Teaching in Public Security Management Courses

Dongfang CHEN

Abstract


As the educational mode in public security management specialty has transformed from the traditional academic type to the application type, the teaching methods are required to be reformed accordingly. Courses of the public security management specialty are featured by practicability, pertinence, operability and the clarity of knowledge points. Therefore, situational teaching method is suitable for teaching in public security management courses. The situational teaching mode in the public security management specialty connects professional construction characteristics with core curriculum. It is also based on the nature and features of the courses. Teachers can choose whole media simulation module, case analysis module, problem discussion module, role playing module, actual practice module and other situational teaching modes with diversity and wide angles. As a result, teachers can inspire learning enthusiasm of students and cultivate generalist of practical talent in public security management. Furthermore, the public security forces are largely improved.


Keywords


Situational teaching; Public security management courses; Application

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References


Shang, H. P. (2015). Operational bias and correction of result-oriented in government performance evaluation. Journal of Political Science, (3).
Li, Y. H. (2011). Study on the application of situational teaching method in the teaching of administrative management specialty. Journal of Educational Institute of Jilin Province, (3).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10270

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