Investigation of the Current Situation of Innovation Ability Education of Vocational College Students Under the Guidance of Ideological and Political Education
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Ideological and political education
Innovation ability education
Vocational college students



Submitted : 2024-02-23
Accepted : 2024-03-09
Published : 2024-03-24


Innovation ability is the ability to continuously provide new ideas, theories, methods, and inventions with economic, social, and ecological values in the fields of technology and various practical activities. The ideological and political education of vocational school students should be student-oriented and close to reality and life. It is necessary to improve the pertinence, effectiveness, attractiveness, and infectiousness of ideological and political education, and cultivate socialist builders and successors with all-round development of morality, intelligence, physique, and beauty. In this paper, we investigate and understand the practice of innovation ability education in colleges and universities at home and abroad, especially the current situation of professional practice teaching in Xinjiang Vocational Colleges. The construction of a professional practice base in vocational colleges is systematically studied.


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