Exploration on the “Integration of Knowledge and Action” Assessment Mode in Ideological and Political Courses Under the Concept of “Three-Wide Education”

Guihua YU


Under the concept of “Three-Wide Education”, this paper examines the drawbacks of the current assessment methods of ideological and political courses, and on the basis of following the law of moral cultivation and student growth to re-examine the role of multiple assessment methods of ideological and political courses in promoting students’ ideological and behavioral quality, so as to build a scientific, comprehensive, and standardized ideological and political course “the integration of knowledge and action” assessment model and guarantee mechanism, and promote the improvement of the overall cultivating talents in colleges and universities.


Three-wide education; Integration of knowledge and action; Assessment mode; Implementation path; Security system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12841


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