Route Analysis of Realizing Higher Vocational Education Modernization in China Under Innovation and Enterprise Education Background

Weili LIAN, Guangliang GUO

Abstract


Under the new economic norm, “innovation” has become a national strategy, and becomes the top-level design and practice guidelines of modernization development of occupation education in China. Innovative and enterprise education is the collection of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial awareness, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial skills in a body’s comprehensive education, which aims to develop the comprehensive applied talents of high qualities. Vocational education, as an important channel or link to connect entrepreneurship and employment, is responsible for the training and delivery of highly skilled applied talents. Therefore, modernization is the inevitable choice of the connotation development of vocational education, exploring the new mode of talent training, weakening and breaking the boundaries of the discipline, strengthening the production and teaching, combining practice teaching mode, and strengthening the construction of high-quality teaching staff have become the realistic path of the modernization of vocational
education.


Keywords


Innovation and enterprise; Higher vocational education; Modernization; Realistic path

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