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Research on History Teaching Strategies in Universities from the Perspective of “Teaching Evaluation” Consistency

Ji La


This paper explores the research on history teaching strategies in universities based on the perspective of “teaching evaluation” consistency. By analyzing the characteristics, current status, and challenges faced by history teaching in universities, and combining it with the theoretical framework of “teaching evaluation” consistency, overall evaluation and comparison of history teaching strategies in universities, as well as optimization and improvement of history teaching strategies based on this perspective, suggestions and prospects for the development of history teaching in universities are proposed.


Teaching evaluation; Consistency perspective; University history teaching; Teaching strategies; Optimization and improvement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i35.12507