Reflections on Media Problems of Ideological and Political Education in Higher Vocational College Students

Mingyan SHI, Xiaobo JIA

Abstract


With the rapid development of the computer industry, electronic computers have been widely used in information management, text processing, assisted design, aided teaching and people's daily lives. students' ideological and political education of higher vocational colleges in China is gradually showing the characteristics of media. Although the media trend in ideological and political education has become assistance in helping change the traditional teaching mode and conforms to contemporary requirements, problems also gradually appeared in today's media-oriented of ideological and political education for higher vocational college students. Based upon the above background, this research discusses the problems existing in media-oriented of ideological and political education for higher vocational college students, and puts forward pointed countermeasures.

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

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