Teaching Study on Application of MOOC in Ideology and Politics Class in Advanced Vocational Colleges

Meiying XU

Abstract


When MOOC is popular around the world, how to reform teaching of ideology and political theories in advanced vocational colleges is a subject that we need to face and study on. Facing challenging of MOOC, utilizing its advantages and applying it in class are meaningful for improving effect of teaching ideology and political theories in advanced vocational colleges and enhancing the timeliness of it.


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MOOC; Advanced vocational college; Ideology and political theories class

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8717

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