The Introduction of Scientific Research Achievements Into Teaching From the Perspective of Human Resource Management Course Construction

Xiuyun GONG

Abstract


This paper discuss the role of scientific research in the teaching from the perspective of human resource management courses, including effectively improve the quality of teaching and the scientific way of thinking, learning attitude toward the teaching transformation, breakthrough the limitation of the classroom, etc..


Keywords


Human resource management; Research; Teaching

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References


Qin, K., & Hong, L. (2007). Research on the coordination of scientific research and teaching. Laboratory Research and Exploration, (12).

Wang, J. M., & Zhou, J, (2007). The introduction of scientific research achievements into teaching from the perspective of curriculum construction. Higher Education in Jiangsu, (3).




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

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