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Cultivation of Hearing-impaired Talents in Intangible Cultural Heritage Handicrafts and Their Affective Disorders

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DOI: 10.23977/appep.2023.040410 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 422

Author(s)

Lei Zhang 1

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1 Culture and Sports Department, Zhejiang Vocational College of Special Education, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310023, China

Corresponding Author

Lei Zhang

ABSTRACT

In recent years, especially traditional crafts are contributing in promoting employment, increasing income and poverty alleviation, relying on its unique advantages of large coverage, sufficient quantity and close relevance to the production and public life, providing numerous disabled people with opportunities for entrepreneurship and employment. This study took Zhejiang Vocational College of Special Education as an example, including literature analysis method, logical analysis method and empirical analysis method have been adopted. The college has taken the physical and mental characteristics and ability features of hearing-impaired students as the entry point from 2020, innovatively set up a barrier-free, intelligent teaching environment combined with ideological and political education, constructed a talent training service system with college-enterprise collaboration, designed an intangible cultural heritage course system, satisfied the emotional development demands of hearing-impaired students, eliminated the mental barriers to learning, precisely focused on the economic development requirements of the local intangible heritage industry and the position ability requirements, improved the learning efficiency and quality of hearing-impaired students. We have discovered, In the cultivation of intangible cultural heritage handicraft talents, the mental health education of hearing-impaired students should be put on the equally priority as skill training, and paying attention to the emotional development demands of hearing-impaired students would help them build up self-confidence and integrate into mainstream society. It also contributed significantly to the improvement of their intangible cultural heritage skills. Hearing-impaired students have won many awards in various skill competitions and the employment rate has increased significantly.

KEYWORDS

Hearing impaired students, intangible cultural heritage handicraft, talent training, mental health

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Lei Zhang, Cultivation of Hearing-impaired Talents in Intangible Cultural Heritage Handicrafts and Their Affective Disorders. Applied & Educational Psychology (2023) Vol. 4: 65-71. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/appep.2023.040410.

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