Development and Application of Workbook Teaching Materials – Taking the Curriculum Construction of Pharmacy and Traditional Chinese Medicine Pharmacy in Higher Vocational Colleges of Pharmaceutical Specialty Group as an Example


Work manual teaching materials
Professional construction
Curriculum construction




In higher vocational colleges, professional construction is the core, curriculum construction is the basis of professional construction, and textbook construction is the support for curriculum construction. The quality of textbooks directly affects the quality of curriculum construction. Curriculum construction and professional construction are linked. In this article, the three major courses of drug operation and management are reconstructed, the content structure is reorganized, the ability points guided by work tasks are screened, and the development of loose leaf work manual teaching materials is explored in order to ensure that curriculum construction would serve professional construction as well as achieve the real goal of cultivating compound talents with technical skills and innovation in higher vocational colleges.


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