Process Management: Increase the Ratio of Raising Heads in the Ideological and Political Theory Course-----------Taking Local Universities for Example
Volume 7, Issue 5, September 2018, Pages: 122-126
Received: Nov. 7, 2018;
Published: Nov. 8, 2018
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Guo Qianshen, School of Marxism, China University of Geosciences (Beijing), Beijing, China
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So far, teaching of ideological and political theory is still the main channel for ideological and political education of Chinese College students. One of the most important criteria for teaching quality is the ratio of raising heads in class. It is a common problem that the ratio of raising heads in the ideological and political theory course in local ordinary university is not high. The important reason is results management mode which pays attention to the final exam results and despises the usual grades. "Despising the usual grades" means that students do not have to study hard in class. "Paying attention to final exam results" means that students only need to work hard in open book exams. Local ordinary university students mean that their learning initiative is weak. The exam is usually open at the end of the ideological and political theory course. In the final exam, it is difficult to examine the changes in students' ability and values to solve practical problems by using Marxist theory. So, the results management mode is not suit for ideological and political theory course, should turn to process management mode which focusing on the regular grade downplaying the final exam results. The regular grade should dominate which including attendance, speaking in class, practical teaching and writing learning experience and so on. The process management mode has greatly increased the ratio of raising heads in class. It is proved that this is an efficient mode.
Ideological and Political Theory Course, The Ratio of Raising Heads, Process Management
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Process Management: Increase the Ratio of Raising Heads in the Ideological and Political Theory Course-----------Taking Local Universities for Example, Education Journal.
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