Optimization and Innovation of the Ideological and Political Education Paradigm in Adult Colleges

Honghua CHEN


This paper first analyzed the necessity of optimizing and innovating the paradigm of ideological and political in adult colleges, and then elaborated the connotations of the paradigm and the ideological and political education paradigm in adult colleges. Moreover, existing problems of the ideological and political education paradigm in adult colleges were analyzed. On this basis, five paths were proposed to construct the paradigm of Integrate Organism for ideological and political education in adult colleges.


Adult colleges; Ideological and political education; Paradigm; Optimization and innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12190


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