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Analysis of Teaching Management Mode in Colleges and Universities under the Background of “Integration of Production and Education”

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DOI: 10.23977/IMERC2023.017


Yun Huang

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Yun Huang


Based on the continuous improvement of the teaching system in university, the humanistic management model has been widely used in the teaching management of university. Relevant educators follow the basic principle of people-oriented and realize the goal of optimizing the teaching process and carrying out macro-teaching activities, which is also of great utility for cultivating talents for the society. In the process of teaching management in university, it is necessary to speed up the reform of traditional management system and deeply understand the connotation of people-oriented management, so as to ensure the overall control effect. The educational model of integration of production and education is playing a more and more active and effective role in personnel training in modern vocational education, so it has been vigorously promoted by the state. Based on the reality of the industry-teaching integration support system in China's university, this paper studies the industry-teaching integration support system in university, taking the industry-teaching integration as the main line, drawing on the beneficial practices of the industry-teaching integration in foreign application-oriented universities. Through a large number of literature reading, this paper summarizes and analyzes the characteristics of school-enterprise cooperation at home and abroad, and establishes a support system for the integration of production and education in general university by using multi-disciplinary perspectives, such as pedagogy, management, and other methods such as literature analysis, comparative analysis, and interview.


“Integration of industry and education”, College teaching, Management model

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