College Students’ Career Planing Experiential Teaching Exploring



Using experiential teaching in career planning can effectively stimulate students’ learning initiative, improving the quality of teaching and curriculum’s effectiveness. This paper analyzes the current situation and the necessity of teaching career planning and how to use experiential teaching method in the education of career planning.


Career planning; Teaching experience; Subjectivity

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