Research on Improving the Teaching Effectiveness of Ideological and Political Courses in Universities by Using New Media In the Context of the Normalization of Epidemic Prevention and Control

Rong ZENG, Yunyin CHEN, Qinhan ZENG

Abstract


This article takes the normalization of epidemic prevention and control as an inspection perspective, and relies on the rich new media resources of universities, through the docking with the teaching of ideological and political courses in universities, and builds a new bridge between new media and university students in ideological and political thinking, and innovative ideas Political education methods, expand ideological and political education channels, and improve the effectiveness of college ideological and political education.


Keywords


Teaching effectiveness; Ideological and political courses; New media; Prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12205

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