International Comparative Study on the Curriculum Connection between Middle and Higher Vocational Education

Qiang TAN, Ying LAN, Mei FENG

Abstract


The modern vocational education system is the premise and logical starting point of the Curriculum Connection between Middle and Higher Vocational Education , which is the foundation of constructing modern vocational education system. The international comparative study method is employed to organize, study and analyze the Curriculum Connection between Middle and Higher Vocational Education in the major developed countries in the world. The thesis is aimed at finding the distinctive development characteristics and common development rules of the Curriculum Connection between Middle and Higher Vocational Education in main developed countries,so as to provide experience reference for the future theoretical research and practical research in China.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8699

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