Exploration and Practice of the Organic Integration of Professional Skills Competitions and Application-oriented Undergraduate Course Teaching: A Case Study of Introduction to Museology
Keywords:Professional Skills Competitions, Application-oriented Undergraduate, Course Teaching
Professional skills refer to the ways and systems of action that individuals master through practice. To achieve the goal of cultivating application-oriented talents, the cultivation of skills is an important direction for the current reform of application-oriented higher education. By establishing an organic integration mechanism between professional skills competitions and classroom teaching, competition plans can be developed based on professional training programs, teaching outlines, student situations, and course progress. Incorporating competition results into course evaluations can increase students' learning motivation, improve their skill level, consolidate knowledge, and enhance their abilities, making this mechanism an essential means of improving classroom teaching quality.
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