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Research on the Integration of Computer Professional Courses and Ideological and Political Education——Take Embedded System Principles and Applications as an Example

Nannan Zhang, Xiao Zhang


Ideological and political education is an important part of the realization of the fundamental goal of moral education in universities. In the national conference on ideological and political work in colleges and universities, great emphasis was placed on the need to make good use of classroom teaching as the main channel to achieve synergy between various courses and ideological and political theory courses. Based on this background, the course Embedded System Principles and Applications is taken as an example to analyze the problems existing in the integration of ideological and political education activities in colleges and universities into the teaching of computer courses from the aspects of the management system, operating mechanism and teaching team of computer courses. The application of moral education resources aims to create good “curriculum ideology and politics” activities.


Computer Professional Courses; Ideological and Political Education; Integration Path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2588