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Research on Innovative Approaches to Enhance the Effectiveness of Ideological and Political Education by Counselors in Higher Vocational Colleges

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DOI: 10.23977/avte.2023.051217 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 182


Yunning Liu 1


1 Department of Commerce and Tourism, Hunan Labor and Personnel Vocational College, Changsha, Hunan, China

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Yunning Liu


This study explores innovative approaches to enhance the effectiveness of ideological and political education conducted by counselors in higher vocational colleges. It emphasizes the unique challenges and opportunities within this educational setting, where practical skills and vocational training are paramount. The research highlights the importance of integrating ideological education with vocational training, proposing methods to make political education more relevant and appealing to students in these institutions. It suggests utilizing interactive and engaging pedagogical strategies, incorporating modern technology, and aligning the curriculum with real-world scenarios relevant to vocational fields. Additionally, the study underscores the role of counselors in personalizing the educational experience, addressing individual student needs, and fostering an environment conducive to ideological growth. This approach aims to cultivate not only skilled professionals but also well-rounded individuals with a strong sense of social responsibility and ethical awareness.


The Ideological Education; Higher Vocational Colleges; Counselor Roles; Educational Innovation; Vocational Training Integration


Yunning Liu, Research on Innovative Approaches to Enhance the Effectiveness of Ideological and Political Education by Counselors in Higher Vocational Colleges. Advances in Vocational and Technical Education (2023) Vol. 5: 107-112. DOI:


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