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Advances in Higher Education is a fully accessible publication that serves as the medium to publish the original educational research article that focusing on teaching, learning and educational developments throughout the world in universities, polytechnics, colleges, and vocational and education institutions which despite public and private higher education sectors. It aims to serve as a debate forum for a diverse group of scholar who share the characteristic features, as well as problems and issue of each education system, and who can have significant voice in discussion around topics of higher education. The content will focus on the field of educational theory, student management, teaching method, conceptual model of educational process and cases study.

The article categories within the journal include (but are not limited to) the following fields:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Learning Theory and Processes
  • Theory Practice Relationship
  • Teacher Education
  • Curriculum
  • Recruitment
  • Campus Climate
  • Academic Culture
  • Languages
  • Persistence motivation
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by Kai Xu
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This paper aims to employ Freud’s psychoanalysis theory to analyse the protagonist in The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock.By studying Prufrock’s desire for love and his attempt to break the cage that forced on his id by society.However,his failure is doomed as the repression of his libido causes his regression of life desire.Thus he is to“old”and weak to make his proposal.So he will definitely be“drown”in the sea of disillusionment of modern society.
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by Yanfang Liu, Mingao Wan, Yu Zhang
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In the current teaching field, with the rise of modern educational technology, a new teaching thinking and technology concept came into being. This technology is not only actively adopted in the actual teaching process, but also plays an important role in helping teachers organize classroom activities effectively by optimizing the education model and enriching the teaching content. Compared with traditional classroom teaching methods, modern educational technology shows its forward-looking and advancing with The Times characteristics, and becomes one of the indispensable strategies of educational reform. Therefore, in the teaching of computer subjects in institutions of higher learning, we should fully recognize the importance of using these modern technologies, not only consider the specific situation of students, but also adjust and innovate for teaching objectives. In this paper, the application of modern educational technology in college computer teaching will be analyzed in detail for reference.
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by Xinying Zhuang, Xia Xiu, Xia Yu, Hongyan Liu, Guangyuan Wei
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This paper takes the teaching team of automotive major as an example to carry out research, with team building as the starting point, policy guidance as the guarantee, teacher team construction as the support, training excellent teachers as the main line, teaching reform as the core, team cooperation as the means, construction of curriculum system and quality course construction as the carrier, and training students' practical innovation ability and improving teaching quality as the goal. Finally, a teaching team with good political quality, strong teaching ability and high cultural accomplishment will be formed.
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by Ziyun Tang
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The Ministry of Education has proposed the construction of “golden courses” as one of the core tasks for promoting the “quality revolution” in higher education institutions nationwide and driving the connotative development of higher education in China. In the context of “golden course” construction, the exploration and practice of project-based learning in the Arabic Business Communication course will help to cultivate compound talents who can meet market demands.
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by Mingyu Lv
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This article, adopting a constructivist learning theory perspective, delves into the significance and impact of contextual teaching in the field of education. Through an analysis of constructivist learning theory and the integration of practical contextual teaching cases, a comprehensive exploration is conducted on the advantages of contextual teaching in facilitating deep learning, sparking interest in learning, and cultivating comprehensive abilities among students. The aim of this paper is to provide a thorough and comprehensive theoretical analysis, with the intention of off ering valuable insights for educational practices.
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by Mingming Ji
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Case study method is a scientific analysis method that conducts research and analysis on representative cases to obtain conclusions. With the continuous promotion of new education reforms, the application of case analysis method in law majors in universities is gradually becoming popular. Strengthening the application of case analysis method in legal education in universities can help cultivate students’ legal awareness, improve their legal thinking ability, strengthen their legal professional literacy, and promote their comprehensive development. Based on this, this article takes commercial law cases as an example to explore the application of case analysis method in university legal education, and puts forward relevant suggestions, in order to provide theoretical reference for promoting the application of case analysis method in university legal education.
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by Ailun Ke
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In China’s 13th Five Year Plan for development, promoting the construction of major cooperation platforms in the Guangdong-HongKong-Macao Greater Bay Area and cross provincial regions is clearly one of the important national strategies. This article summarizes the successful practical experience of world-class bay areas and believes that stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship and cultivating innovative and entrepreneurial talents are key factors to ensure the success of this strategy. With the continuous development of the economy in the Greater Bay Area, international market competition is becoming increasingly fierce. The effective implementation of health entrepreneurship education in universities provides effective guidance and incentives for college students to start their own businesses, mobilize their entrepreneurial enthusiasm and autonomy. It becomes an important issue in the development of health entrepreneurship education.
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by Wushuang Weng
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The foundation of primary education is laid by rural kindergartens, which take on the significant responsibility of teaching children scientific literacy, practical skills, and other aspects. The local environment that young children live in is the basis for the rural curriculum education resources. Once it has been tapped and organized, children’s engagement and enthusiasm in learning can be enhanced. The introduction of localized resources can improve teaching content and raise students’ engagement and enthusiasm in learning. Based on this, the author proposes a school-based curriculum development model that utilizes localized knowledge. Building and improving evaluation mechanisms can enable prompt assessment, adjustment as well as enhancement of teaching effectiveness. In summary, this study is of great significance for promoting the development of local curriculum resources for science teaching in rural kindergartens and can be taken as a reference for their development and use.
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by Tingting Wang
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The relationship between modern curriculum theory and teaching theory has been marked by the development of The Times. In the modern period, curriculum theory and teaching theory are not mutually inclusive relations, but independent and have their own research objects and sub-subject groups. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct in-depth exploration and study of the horizontal connection between the two, so as to find out the similarities and differences between the two in the horizontal connection. In this way, the repetition between the two can be reduced, the relationship between the two can be better coordinated, and the two can promote, influence, restrict and progress together in the modern curriculum and teaching reform. It has become the mainstream of education development in the 21st century.
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by Yinghu Huang
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This paper aims to discuss the integration of the idea of teaching and political teaching in high school, taking the teaching design of "The World is universal connection" as an example. By combining traditional cultural stories to guide students to understand political theory, explore the relationship between environmental protection and economic development to deepen students 'dialectical thinking, carry out group discussion to promote students to understand the connotation of political thought, aiming to break the traditional teaching mode, improve the teaching effect, and cultivate students' practical ability and thinking ability.
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by Yi Zhou
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The present study adopts the classroom observation method to observe and analyze 15 junior middle school English exemplary lessons using the SAMR model as the analytical framework, aiming to investigate the status quo of the integration of information and communication technology and junior high school EFL classroom. The present study found that there have been varying degrees of technological integration behaviors in middle school English classrooms, but overall, they have not reached a deep level of integration, and there are problems with information technology applications remaining at a lower level, the structure of English classrooms not undergoing substantial changes, and the use of information technology in middle school English classrooms being neglected. It is recommended that middle school English teachers deepen their digital awareness and strengthen the design of digital teaching in their courses. The use of information technology in the classrooms should always adhere to the essential requirement of student development, and pay attention to the cultivation of students' thinking abilities such as reflection, evaluation, and summary supported by information technology.
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by Yaowen Zhang
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With the gradual expansion of the scale of the construction of Hainan Free Trade Port, the exchanges between Hainan and foreign countries in economic trade, culture and education are more and more frequent, and there is an urgent need for compound internationalized talents with a good command of foreign languages. This paper focuses on the common problems in university Japanese language teaching at present, such as the single teaching method, the large gap between students' learning effect, and the disconnection between the teaching content and the actual needs of society. Therefore, this paper puts forward the corresponding teaching reform countermeasures, that is, combining multi-media technology with a variety of teaching methods, timely understanding of the national policies, dialogue with Japanese enterprises, updating and enriching the teaching content, and stimulating students' learning interest and autonomy. The author hopes to make suggestions on the reform of Japanese teaching in universities and help the construction of Hainan free Trade Port through this study.
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by Yan Li
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Chinese classical literature is very important in the world of books and stories. This paper is about teaching how to translate Chinese classical literature. It examines the challenges in translating these works and suggests effective teaching methods. It also includes specific examples to provide valuable insights for improving the teaching of Chinese classical literature translation.
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by Xinru Xie
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College students are in the critical period of transition from adolescence to adulthood, which is a high incidence of psychological crisis. When college students have a psychological crisis and return to school again after treatment, they will face pressure from both external and internal sources. If the pressure is not handled well, it may aggravate the student’s condition, leading to withdrawal from school or over-radical behaviors such as self-harm or suicide, or even attacks on others, resulting in a serious campus crisis. As a university teacher, we can help these students adapt to campus life and complete their studies by emphasizing the first conversation after returning to school, keeping in touch with their roommates, and strengthening cooperation with mental health teachers.
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by Xiaoxing An
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As an important branch of ecological civilization education, the ecological experience education of Chinese modernization bears the historical responsibility of cultivating successors of Socialism with Chinese characteristics’s cause with the concept and accomplishment of ecological civilization. It is of great significance to clarify its meaning from the theoretical level, explain what the morphological characteristics of ecological experience education mean, and explore the realization mode of the ecological experience education of Chinese Modernization for the current educational paradigm transformation.
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by Li Wang
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Teacher cooperation community; Continuous improvement Construction industry plays an important role in the development of national economy and people’s livelihood. The training of construction personnel in colleges and universities plays a basic role in ensuring the sustainable development of the construction industry. However, with the development of The Times, the training of personnel in colleges and universities in our country is also facing some new situations and problems, such as the decrease of students’ enthusiasm in choosing architecture major for college entrance examination. Some colleges and universities are dissatisfied with enrollment or cannot solve the problem of insufficient enrollment of students by means of major transfer of students, and some colleges and universities have the problem that the talents trained can not meet the needs of society. This paper intends to explore how to effectively solve the problem of training talents for architecture majors in colleges and universities from the aspect of teaching innovation.
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by Zifeng Tang
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The implementation of project teaching in art and design major can promote the construction of“Ideological and Political Theories Teaching in All Courses”in many aspects.Project teaching emphasizes on inspiring students to take the initiative to participate in it,pays attention to team cooperation and practice,and helps to improve students’comprehensive ability,including innovative thinking,teamwork,problem solving and other important aspects through the effective completion of relevant projects,which undoubtedly improves students’comprehensive quality,and better promote the improvement of their thinking quality and overall growth.
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by Yinan Wang
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It is huge that the charm of Chinese female art.For those who study Chinese literature,feminism emphasizes gender equality and diversity.In order to optimize Chinese female art,it is necessary to encourage and support female artists to create with their own unique perspectives to express their unique experiences and viewpoints,so as to break the stereotypes and expectations of society towards women in artistic creation.
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by Jue Wang, KeYu
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The People’s Bank of China “financial science and technology development planning (2022-2025)” to “improve the innovation ability, quality, effectiveness, contribution oriented talent training system”, “China financial science and technology personnel training and development questionnaire survey (2021)” shows 96.8% of surveyed institutions surveyed financial science and technology talent gap, financial technology put forward serious challenges to financial digital education. This requires us to re-examine the education system, whether the positioning of talent training, digital competence of teachers, digital education practice scenes, digital transformation supporting teaching materials and students’ digital awareness can cope with the technological reform of the financial market, and the financial education ecology needs to be reshaped.
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by Wenjie Luo
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An era has a mission of people in an era. College students, as senior professionals trained by the country, are the future of the country and the hope of the nation. The rapid development of globalization has brought severe challenges to the sovereignty, status and role of the country. At the same time, the sense of responsibility and mission of contemporary college students has been seriously diluted. Correctly understanding and cultivating college students’ sense of mission is of great significance to promoting the free and all-round development of college students in the new era and helping the Chinese nation realize its great rejuvenation of the Chinese dream.
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by Guangwei Wu
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The advent of the era of artificial intelligence has brought about earth-shaking changes in people’s lives. At the same time, the development of artificial intelligence technology has also brought many challenges to the field of education management, making educators have to re-examine their own positioning. In order to better solve the challenge of artificial intelligence technology to education management, this paper proposes a teaching mode based on “AI recording and broadcasting”. Based on big data technology and artificial intelligence technology, this model generates teaching videos through “AI synthesis” of teaching resources, which helps more students to solve knowledge difficulties more pertinently, and at the same time, it can better liberate teachers’ resources and make them invest in guiding and inspiring students’ work orientation.
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by Wenbin He
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Along with the rapid and high quality development of China’s social economy, all walks of life in China have been given ample development opportunities, especially in the field of computer information technology, which has become one of the most rapid industries in the current era. Driven by the development of computer technology, China’s 3D animation production technology is becoming more and more mature, and the production level is also rising, especially in virtual reality technology, 3D animation production has shown full charm. In recent years, due to people’s interests and hobbies, many people have begun to invest in the production process of 3D animation. In the current era of increasingly developed network media, 3D animation production using virtual reality technology has been spread more and more widely, and the audience is also increasing. Therefore, this paper studies the application of virtual reality technology in 3D animation production, and provides relevant personnel with effective experience for reference.
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by Zhi Chen, Xunxiang Qiu, Yang Wan, Leyun Wang
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By synthesizing a light-sensitive AMP-mPEG prodrug with controllable release, we aimed to enhance drug bio-stability and antimicrobial effi cacy. Incorporating light-shielding amino acids and employing a “click” reaction enabled mPEG conjugation to the AMP peptide chain. This study successfully designed and synthesized an AMP-mPEG prodrug, revealing restored antimicrobial activity post-irradiation. Findings provide insights into reversible PEGylation for antimicrobial peptides, serving as a reference for related research in international journals.
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by Gang Chen, Yan Luo, Yanjin Shen
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Under the background of “epidemic normalization”, by using the research methods of literature, interview and questionnaire, this paper conducted an interview and investigation on the home fi tness situation of public physical education students of grade 2021 in Nanchang Normal University of Applied Technology during the epidemic period, analyzed the reasons why Liu Jianghong shuttlecock exercises aroused students’ interest in home fi tness, and put forward corresponding suggestions. It is found that the main reasons to arouse the interest of public sports students are the quality of content, the novel form, the star effect and the transmission of positive energy. At the same time, it puts forward some strategies from the aspects of developing high-quality online public physical education course content, exerting celebrity effect and making use of Internet advantages, aiming at providing reference for public physical education teaching.
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by Han Xiao
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The pace of multinational companies entering the Chinese market has significantly accelerated since the turn of the century, especially after China joined the WTO, and the quantity and caliber of multinational companies entering China have both significantly increased. specifically, the following two aspects show this: First, multinational corporations now include China as a key component of their overall strategic plans rather than just analyzing the Chinese market from a production or sales perspective. An empirical investigation of the relationship between managers’ views and the degree of geographic diversity shows that managers’ optimistic descriptions of market segmentation have a significant positive impact on both the depth and breadth of regional diversifi cation. However, managers’ determinable interpretations of market segmentation have no impact on the scope and variety of regional diversity. Market segmentation has placed significant restrictions on China’s enormous domestic market, forcing Chinese companies to export low-end goods to other countries. MNCs control significant segments of the domestic market.
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by Geri Tuya
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In the era of rapid development of information technology, colleges and universities should follow the pace of The Times when carrying out ideological and political course teaching, and use advanced information technology to improve the quality of classroom teaching. Colleges and universities can use VR technology to integrate local red cultural tourism resources into the teaching of ideological and political courses, and provide students with immersive experience education opportunities, so as to enrich the educational resources of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities, innovate educational forms, and strengthen students’ sense of learning experience. Based on this, this paper first analyzes the current development status of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities, and then puts forward practical strategies for integrating local red cultural tourism resources into the teaching of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities with the support of VR technology, in order to provide references for improving students’ ideological and moral level and promoting the development of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities.
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by Deshuai Sun, Long Fang, Jimei Luan, Yanhua Peng, Xin Liu
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Ideological and political thinking of specialized courses is an important guarantee for the implementation of the fundamental task of moral education. In order to carry out the ideological and political work of the curriculum in specialized courses, the training program is revised, and the mode of carrying out the ideological and political work of the curriculum is determined through teaching discussion, and the ideological and political elements are excavated in combination with knowledge points to form different ideological and political themes of the curriculum. The ideological and political elements of the course are organically integrated into the whole teaching process by adopting curriculum introduction, participatory learning and homework; diversified evaluation methods were explored to test the effectiveness of ideological and political education.
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by Feng Feng
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In today’s cultural and artistic atmosphere, the interaction between art design and modern abstract art not only opens a new art door for us, but also creates a broad space for the development of ceramic art. Compared with the traditional art, the connotation of the ceramic art is diverse. Now, ceramic art has been gradually integrated into the abstract art, so that the ceramic art aesthetic appreciation has been improved. The article discusses the performance of modern abstract art in the creation of ceramic art creation, which provides a reference for the future development.
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by Cuiying Li
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Under the influence of the trend of cultural media, the visualization of stage works is increasingly attracting attention from the industry and the public, and screen dance is a common form of visualizing dance works. This kind of visual adaptation has become a cross-media creative behavior, involving the transition from one art field to another. This article analyzes three typical scenarios for visualizing stage works, explores methods for transforming from stage to screen, reconstructs stage works through more extensive, diverse, and fl exible fi lm technologies, opens up possibilities for communication and negotiation between dance and fi lm/video art, and establishes an intimate symbiotic relationship between the two.
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by Qinqin Liu
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The iteration of information technology and the development of new media have brought new opportunities for the development of the countryside. Shanwei, as an old revolutionary area, is in a critical period of rural revitalization and faces a series of challenges. We make full use of new media platforms to promote Shanwei through multi-channels such as "offi cial media" + "self-media", such as fi lming short videos of rural culture, tourism promotion or introduction of food, folk customs and other related videos to increase the popularity and exposure of Shanwei. By deeply exploring the value of rural local culture, building a multi-platform synergistic communication matrix, forming a multi-channel, cross-media communication path, and at the same time, strengthening the two-way drive of local and foreign talents, empowering the revitalization of Shanwei's countryside, and promoting the in-depth integration of culture and tourism and industrial development.
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by Yinjun Gu, Binghong Guo
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Mr. Ban Hua, as an important contemporary moral education researcher who has made remarkable achievements in psychological moral education and the professionalization of class teachers, has rooted himself in the land of education in China throughout his life, writing about "people" on the land of China.Under the guidance of Mr. Ban Hua's ideology, we have gradually explored the path of "being a good person first, and then becoming a talented person" in class based education. By taking conscious educators as the growth pursuit of class teachers, cultivating creative individuals as the goal of class education, and taking psychological and moral education as the path of class education, we aim to cultivate students' good moral qualities, promote harmonious and stable development of the class, and strive to write the word "person" as "real", "big", and "whole".
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by Junjie Peng
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This article will start from the basic principles of information-based teaching mode in moral education classrooms in universities,explore its specific application and trial practice,aiming to reveal the symbiotic relationship between digital innovation and moral education development,and provide theoretical and practical guidance for the improvement of moral education in universities.
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by Bowen Lei
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This study first outlines the challenges faced by current university English teaching,specifically discussing the impact of the media and information age on traditional teaching methods and the problems existing in current teaching methods.Then,based on the application of technology and media,student-centered teaching methods,and interdisciplinary teaching,it analyzes the innovative path of university English teaching in the media and information age.The research aims to discuss effective teaching methods that meet the needs of college English teaching in the media era,in order to cultivate higher talents with comprehensive literacy
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by Tingguang Tian, Wei Wu
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Practice teaching is an important part of ideological and political theory teaching in colleges and universities, and it is an important link to deepen classroom teaching. It is of great significance to improve the practical teaching effect of ideological and political course by exploring the educational elements of red music cultural resources and integrating them into the practical teaching of ideological and political course in colleges and universities. On the basis of analyzing the connotation of red music cultural resources as a composite concept, this chapter expounds the value implication of red music cultural resources in the practical teaching of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities, and puts forward the path of integrating red music cultural resources into the practical teaching of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities.
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by Zhehui Zhu
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"Home Burial" is a significant poem within Robert Frost's collection North of Boston. It is a poem describing a woman’s loneliness and the complicated confl icts between men and women in their marriage and family life. The poem is reads like a movie, the lens language is used which portrays the inner struggle and anguish of a couple vividly amidst societal transformations.
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by Zhaoliang Liu
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the preparation and performance evaluation of high-temperature formic acid corrosion coating on the surface of HT250 cast iron. First, the basic characteristics of HT250 cast iron and formic acid are introduced, and the corrosion mechanism in high temperature formic acid environment is expounded. Secondly, the classifi cation, application and preparation of high temperature coating technology are summarized. Then, the preparation method of HT250 cast iron surface coating is discussed in detail, including surface treatment technology, selection and preparation of coating materials and optimization of process parameters. Then, how to evaluate the performance of the coating was discussed through the high temperature resistance test, formic acid corrosion test, microstructure and surface topography analysis.
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by Chunyan Liu
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To integrate the 20 Spirit of the Party into the professional courses of colleges and universities, it is necessary to clarify its educational value and spiritual connotation, find out the integration point of the course, master the effective education and teaching methods, and comprehensively and systematically promote the 20 spirit of the Party into the textbooks, into the classroom and into the mind.
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by Chuntang Yu
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An exploration of how blockchain technology can be utilized to enhance the fairness, credibility and effi ciency of higher education evaluation is presented in this paper. By analyzing the shortcomings of existing evaluation systems and the advantages of blockchain technology, a blockchain-based higher education evaluation scheme is proposed. The scheme can ensure the nontamperability, transparency and traceability of evaluation data, which in turn improves the fairness and credibility of evaluation. Meanwhile, automation and effi ciency of the evaluation process can be realized through the introduction of smart contracts.
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by Can He
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Under the background of “New Normal Education”, Chinese normal major should pay equal attention to both knowledge and ability, and cultivate high-quality Chinese teachers in primary and secondary schools who can adapt to curriculum reform. Chinese Classical Philology is of great significance to the teaching of Chinese normal major and the introduction of excellent traditional culture into the campus. Chinese Classical Philology Course in Chinese normal major should be adjusted to help students develop continuously.
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by Shaoyan Zhou
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The accounting practice course is an important link to train students’ accounting professional quality, and the reform of ideological and political system aims to penetrate the core values of Marxism and socialism with Chinese characteristics into the accounting practice course, and guide students to establish the correct value orientation and social responsibility. Therefore, starting from the necessity of the reform of the ideological and political system of the accounting practice course, this paper deeply studies the problems existing in the reform of the ideological and political system of the accounting practice course. It puts forward some suggestions on strengthening the hierarchy of ideological and political courses and strengthening the design of practical links, in order to provide useful suggestions for accounting.
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by Wanting Li
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Student evaluation is one of the important means to ensure the quality of university teaching, and this evaluation method occupies an important position in the American education system. In the process of improving China's higher education system, it is necessary to learn from the experience of student evaluation in the U.S. education system and carry out local optimization and innovation of the education evaluation system. Based on this, this paper firstly elaborates on the development history of college student evaluation in the United States, then analyzes the influence of college student evaluation in the United States, and finally discusses the inspiration for college student evaluation in China.
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by Chuyuan Xu
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At present,educational decentralization has become a global phenomenon,which is different in forms leading to various results in different socio-economic contexts.“Driven by resource scarcity”,China first ignited the educational decentralization as early as in 1985 by the central government and strengthened it in 1993 so as to relate education with economic reform so that it can promote the effi cacy of school management.Since then,educational decentralization has become an important policy of educational reform in China.different scholars express different stances toward Chinese-English bilingual education under the policy of educational decentralization.Some think educational decentralization is widely recognized as a way of strengthening the professionalism of teachers while others critique the conduct of bringing market values into education.From all these views,it can be concluded that all the implementations of bilingual education are double-edged and need critical examination. The literature review will be outlined in four parts.In the first part,it will present some background information about educational decentralization and bilingual education in mainland China.The second part will discuss some viewpoints about the contributions and challenges in the process of conducting bilingual education.The third part will make a reflection on the challenges as mentioned above and draw some pedagogical implications of implementing Chinese-English bilingual education in mainland China under the policy of educational decentralization.The fourth part is the conclusion part which reviews the issues discussed in the paper and highlights some insights and implications.
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by Qing Su
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This paper explores the integration of innovation and entrepreneurship education with professional education in higher vocational settings.By analyzing theoretical frameworks,engaging in practical exploration,and proposing optimization strategies,the paper aims to off er an effective integration approach for nurturing innovative talents.Initially,the paper outlines the theoretical framework of the integration path,encompassing curriculum integration,practical teaching integration,and a teacher team integration model.Subsequently,the article delves into the analysis of specific practices and experiences in practical exploration,covering curriculum implementation,practical teaching,and the establishment of teacher teams.Finally,the paper presents optimization strategies,including enhancing the policy support system,strengthening teacher development,and establishing a diversified evaluation system,among other measures.Through these initiatives,the in-depth integration of higher vocational innovation and entrepreneurship education with professional education can be promoted,enhancing the overall quality and effectiveness of education.This,in turn,provides a robust foundation for cultivating high-quality talents with an innovative spirit and entrepreneurial ability.
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by Hongjie Tong
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In the process of high school physics teaching, in order to better improve the teaching effect, teachers should use problems as guidance in teaching, so as to encourage students to better improve their ability to grasp knowledge and strengthen their physical thinking under the drive of problems. At this time, high school physics teachers should set up courses according to students’ conditions, take problems as the center, drive students to think about problems, analyze problems, explore problems, and then solve problems, and finally achieve the effect of improving their comprehensive literacy of physics in the whole process of solving problems. Based on this, based on the knowledge of “law of gravitation”, this paper explores the “problem-centered” teaching strategy of high school physics concept for reference.
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by Jingning Zhu, Yu Zhuang, Hualing Yin
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The “ Scene, Emotion and Feelings “ art teaching model is created in cross-cultural teaching, which integrates the three elements of scene, emotion and feelings into one, and naturally integrates “ Family and country feelings “ education into the aesthetic teaching means to build an art teaching model. This study explains the implementation of intercultural teaching under the art teaching model of “Scene, Emotion and Feelings” through a classic case of “Chinese Culture” course.
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by Mengxi Chen
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The inequality in the well-being of the disabled and non-disabled children in the U.S. is an issue that demonstrates itself in education, health care and social support and protection. It is rooted in social prejudice and discrimination, economic disparity, and limited social service support. The existing measures, such as inclusive education, aff ordable public health programs, etc. have shown promise in narrowing the gap, but sustained eff orts are crucial from both the government and individuals to enforce legislation, allocate suffi cient funds and advocate for the rights and well-being of disabled children.
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by Kaiwen Zhao
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Amidst the wide landscape of Africa, where only a small percent of the elderly gets those benefits that are covered by social security, this research investigates those nuanced challenges and progressive reforms. Examining nations such as Côte d’Ivoire and Nigeria for instance, the paper highlights persistence to extend coverage to self-employed individuals, health ramifi cations, inadequate physical activity, and financial obstacles to healthcare. Underscored the issues faced by elderly populations. With international frameworks that advocate health care for seniors, this research also navigates through the web in searching for long-term care systems. In this specific research, various nations emerge, addressing elder support and tailoring community-specific eff orts. This comprehensive research summarizes retirement benefits, and health care barriers, and develops new hope for those African countries’ older populations.
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by Eric Yang
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This paper explores the nuanced landscape of government policies on pension and retirement programs in Southeast Asia and Central Asia. Investigating the divergent approaches of these regions, the research delves into cultural, economic, and political factors infl uencing policy formulation. By examining the effectiveness and adaptability of existing programs, this study aims to identify key trends, challenges, and innovations, shedding light on how governments in Southeast Asia and Central Asia navigate the complex terrain of providing financial security for their aging populations. The analysis contributes valuable insights into the diverse strate gies employed by these regions in addressing the evolving needs of retirees.
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by Leo Zhang
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The growing demand for natural gases across the world has contributed to increasing pollution and greenhouse gases. The main explanation for this phenomenon is that natural gas extraction causes air pollution which then spreads out to many sectors such as disturbing biodiversity and causing illnesses. I use the data from multiple Eco dynamic sources to (a) decompose the increase in demand for natural gas (b) the impacts that extraction of natural gas has caused across the world and (c) contrast the measures that nations are resorting to attempt to eradicate air pollution from extractions while also maintaining the public demand for natural gas. The findings indicate devastating results as pollution affects even the most affl uent countries and eradicates even third-world nations. However, it demonstrates nations’ resolve to resolve the issue as the public demands even more.
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by Jiahe Wang
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Giving students feedback has been as issue in the field of L2 writing teaching as teachers feel pressed even hopeless when they were confronted with mountains of papers and the effectiveness of such practice await to be explored. Focusing on a L2 writing teacher in the researched context, this paper conducted qualitative research to scrutinize why L2 writing teacher provide feedback and particularly discussed the strategies and impacts of such practice.
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by Ji La
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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.
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by Jing Zhao
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This study mainly explores the impact of Starbucks’ social media marketing on consumer loyalty in China. Firstly, it reviews the previous literature and identifi es four main factors of social media marketing: advantageous campaigns, contents, online communities, E-WOM. Then it collects data through questionnaire survey. Advantageous campaigns, contents will affect consumer behavioural loyalty, Online communities, E-WOM will affect consumer attitude loyalty. Through the conclusion, this research proposes the improved strategy of Starbucks’s social media marketing in China.
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by Jiaqi Huang, Kui Wang, Dengwei Hu, Dongmei Wang, Youqiang Xu
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“Chemistry experiment” is one of the key contents of high school chemistry learning, and it is also a necessary way to develop students’ core literacy in chemistry. This article focuses on the experimental question section in the 2023 National College Entrance Examination Paper, analyzes the test points and proposition characteristics from multiple dimensions such as content, context, presentation method, score and score ratio, and puts forward suggestions that are consistent with teaching practice and provide guidance for the chemistry teaching process. Provide reference for the cultivation of core competencies.
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by Jiani Tang, Zhaojie Cao
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Mixed-age regional play is a significant aspect of preschool education, with great importance for children’s physical and mental development. Unlike same-age regional games, mixed-age regional games off er unique benefits and can promote the development of children’s social behaviours to a certain extent. Therefore, the active development of mixed-age regional games can help improve the educational character of children’s games.
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by Lianmeng Zheng
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Only when the excellent Chinese traditional culture is integrated into the ideological and political theory course teaching in colleges and universities, can the ideological and political course achieve a good teaching effect that strongly attracts students and promotes college students to improve their moral and ideological realm. At this stage, the reform of ideological and political courses in colleges and universities is being promoted continuously, which fully reflects the value of the traditional excellent cultural factors in the teaching of ideological and political theory. This paper discusses the necessity of excellent traditional culture to improve the effectiveness of ideological and political theory teaching in colleges and universities, and reasonably improves the overall design scheme of excellent culture permeating ideological and political classroom teaching.
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by Jie Zhao, Jiexia Zheng
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University students mental health problems are increasingly severe. Although government departments and university educators have paid more and more attention to mental health work, there are still some problems. The main channel to collect mental health information is static. Life information with reference value is fragmented. The direct managers lack professionalism. The traditional way can no longer meet the needs. In the era of big data, it is necessary to reconstruct the university mental health database, build early warning models and platforms, and combine all resources to help students with the help of digital intelligence technologies, so as to actively intervene in the process, strengthen supervision from the mechanism, effectively evaluate the effect.
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by Amanda Cai
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This paper presents a comprehensive study of old-age welfare in two countries, Canada, and Cuba, which are well known for their remarkable old-age dependency ratios. It begins with an analysis by Canada and Cuba of demographic aging components, namely increasing life expectancy and declining fertility. The article then provides an in-depth comparison of the welfare policies of the two countries, including public policies designed to meet the needs of older adults in terms of health care and economic support. By identifying the complexities, strengths, and weaknesses of the welfare policies of these two countries, this study facilitates a nuanced comparison of the two countries.
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by Dan Hu
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In the digital age, the learning strategies of media integration has a profound impact on primary school English learning activities. This paper will mainly focus on how to carry out primary school English learning in the digital age, so as to analyze the effective learning strategies, methods and suggestions to help teachers and students apply them into practical activities.
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by Lingling Zhang
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Ideological and political education aims to cultivate students ‘ideological and moral accomplishment, and guide them to establish correct world outlook, outlook on life and values, while student management is committed to standardizing students’ behavior and promoting their all-round growth. Both play an important role in cultivating students’ comprehensive quality and promoting talent cultivation. This paper discusses the countermeasures of the effective integration of ideological and political education and student management in colleges and universities, deeply analyzes the obstacles at the system level and implementation level, and puts forward relevant countermeasures, in order to improve the integration level of ideological and political management work in colleges and universities.
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by Weiquan Zhai
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Aiming at the background of digital transformation in high school classroom teaching, this study discusses the construction method and application strategy of knowledge graph. Through literature review and case analysis, the important role of knowledge graph in teaching is clarifi ed. This study adopted a mixed research method, combined with quantitative and qualitative analysis, to build a knowledge graph model suitable for high school classrooms, and verifi ed its effectiveness in improving teaching effect and promoting students’ deep learning. The results show that knowledge graph can help students better understand and master knowledge and improve learning effi ciency and quality.
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by Xiao Liu
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At present, with the development of educational information technology, a high degree of artificial intelligence has led to the unbalanced development factors in the traditional English classroom.With the emergence of a new teaching model, college English teaching is in a fresh new development environment, the disadvantages of traditional teaching began to be exposed, and relevant educators began to explore the English ecological classroom. The construction of the English ecological classroom is based on Education Ecological theory. The whole English teaching is regarded as an ecosystem, teachers, students and teaching environment are ecological factors in the classroom. In order to continuously improve the English ecological classroom, it is necessary to improve various ecological factors from multiple angles to ensure the benign interaction of each factor and promote each other. Therefore, the construction of an English ecological classroom is the direction of the progress and development of universities at this stage.
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by Yaohua Bai
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The development of artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant progress and has had a substantial impact on many fields. However, the advancement of AI also presents numerous challenges to the development of our economy, society, and production processes. Legal philosophy, due to its close relationship with AI, plays a crucial role in addressing these challenges. It can both promote and regulate the development of AI. In the future AI era, legal philosophy will continue to be instrumental in guiding and shaping the development of AI, off ering more directions and suggestions for its evolution.
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by Yi Qin
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In the school education of our country, English subjects are always in an important teaching position, English teaching almost runs through the students’ whole learning career, has a positive effect on the future development of students. In the context of the new liberal arts, the teaching of English major courses in colleges and universities should shoulder the responsibility and mission to make greater contributions to the construction of China’s “Belt and Road” and the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind, so that Chinese culture can truly go international and improve students’ cultural confi dence. Colleges and universities are important places to train teachers. In order to improve the quality of English teaching in primary and secondary schools in China, it is necessary to do a good job in the training of English majors, comprehensively improve the quality of English major teaching, and accelerate the reform of English major teaching. Therefore, under the background of the new liberal arts, this paper studies the reform path of English major curriculum teaching, hoping to provide an effective reference for relevant educators.
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by Wusheng Yu
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Nowadays, with the development of the Internet and the explosive growth of information, there may be diametrically opposite reports or even contradictory evaluations on the same things. Without the ability to think critica lly, it is impossible to judge the authenticity of information, the objectivity of views, the correctness of conclusions, and not only cannot benefit from a large amount of information, but also will be misled. However, at present, there is a general lack of critical thinking in Japanese teaching in our country. This paper tries to find some measures to train students’ critical thinking from the perspective of Japanese audio-visual teaching.
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by Ming Huo
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In art education, oil painting teaching occupies a crucial position and is an important part of it. With the continuous development of art education and the updating of educational ideas and teaching methods, oil painting teaching also needs to make corresponding innovation and improvement, so as to better cultivate students’ professional quality and comprehensive ability, so that students can better adapt to the development needs of the industry, which has a far-reaching impact on students’ personal development. This paper probes into the reform measures of oil painting teaching under the background of contemporary art education, and puts forward scientific and reasonable suggestions based on the actual situation, so as to provide support and help for teachers to better carry out oil painting teaching, promote the cause of art education and the overall development of students’ comprehensive quality.
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by Shaoyan Fu, Hongqian Liu
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With the rapid development of stomatology technology, higher requirements are put forward for teachers’ professional ability and practical experience. “Double-qualifi ed” teachers, that is, teachers with both theoretical teaching and practical teaching ability, have become the key to the development of stomatology technology in higher vocational colleges. In this paper, from the significance of the training of double-qualifi ed talents, the problems existing in the current training of double-qualifi ed teachers in stomatology technology major are put forward, and the solutions are provided to provide strong support for training high-quality stomatology technical talents.
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by Yao Peng
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This study is to investigate the application and effectiveness of CLIL in translation teaching (hereafter referred to as TT) in Chinese universities (hereafter referred to as CU). It will also analyze the ideas, principles, and features of the CLIL teaching mode, as well as the status quo and existing problems concerning teaching translation in CU. Previous studies suggested that applying the CLIL teaching model can facilitate students’ comprehensive use of language and professional knowledge in their translation practice, hence enhancing the effi ciency and caliber of their translated works. It off ered useful strategies in the areas of teaching design and curriculum design, teaching methods and tools, as well as teacher training and development. Theoretically and practically, this study will help CU promote innovation and advancement in the field of translation education.
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by Jiaquan Wang
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A comparison of taboos between aboriginal peoples in Hawaii and Hainan islands reveals that significant changes have taken place in the taboos of gender, diet, religious rituals and behaviors in Hawaii, while the taboos of Li nationality in Hainan remain relatively intact. The tourist to Hainan should be protected and respected by tourists.
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by Wenqi Ma
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With the continuous development of the times and the integration of culture, the Yi Torch Festival has gradually been recognized and understood. In the tide of the development of the times, the Yi Torch Festival has undergone important changes in many aspects such as the number of participants, the content of the festival, and the festival rituals, and the cultural space of the festival has been expanded in a certain form. The Yi Torch Festival is not only the unique culture of the Yi nationality, but also the common cultural treasure of Chinese culture, which has a certain role in promoting cultural exchanges among all ethnic groups.
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by Ruhua Chen, Jingya Peng, Danjie Li, Meng Sun, Jue Wang
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The aim of this paper is to explore the integration and dissemination of global aesthetic education in international business courses. Firstly, by analyzing the concept and connotation of aesthetic education, as well as the influence of cultural united front on its promotion, the urgency of combining aesthetic education with international business education is revealed. Secondly, through practical integration, the application of the global aesthetic education concept in the design of international business courses is demonstrated. Then, the paper discusses the value and contribution of global aesthetic education to international business education, as well as its prospects in the field of international business. Finally, in conjunction with the connotation of cultural united front, the significance and impact of aesthetic education in patriotic united front work are emphasized.
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by Qiong Qiao
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In the current field of higher education, the concept of "three comprehensive education" emphasizes the all-round, whole-process and full-participation education model, aiming to cultivate students' comprehensive quality through all aspects and levels of education. As an important place for students' daily life, the cultural construction of college dormitories has a non-negligible impact on students' personal growth and value shaping. This paper analyzes the practical significance of cultural education in college dormitories under the background of "three comprehensive education", and focuses on its practical strategies for reference.
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by Fang Pan
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Under the background of digitization, ideological and political educators should correctly grasp the “change” and “invariance” of ideological and political education “indoctrination theory”, and adhere to the essence of indoctrination, indoctrination content, and indoctrination Under the premise of maintaining the essence of indoctrination, indoctrination content and indoctrination goals, we should actively respond to the “changes” in the form of indoctrination, the indoctrination environment and the relationship between subject and object of indoctrination brought about by digital technology. The practical path of scientific improvement of indoctrination methods, continuous optimization of the indoctrination environment, and dialectical view of the subject-object relationship promotes the “theory of indoctrination” of ideological and political education to be advanced in accordance with the times, transformed in accordance with the events, and new in accordance with the situation.
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by Nana Zhang
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As a kind of mental health education, dance therapy plays an important role in the physical and mental development of college students to a certain extent. With the continuous progress and development of society, contemporary students are faced with many problems such as employment pressure and heavy learning burden, and college students are the future builders of society, but also the pillars of the future of the country and the nation, shouldering crucial responsibilities. Therefore, it is particularly urgent to use dance therapy to promote college students' mental health education, but how to use it in reality. In order to guide students to learn self-control, in the process of dance therapy, it is necessary to adjust according to students' physiological and psychological activities, so that they can be coordinated in movement and posture. This paper discusses how to make effective and reasonable use of contemporary integrated dance theory and modern psychology knowledge, and puts forward corresponding countermeasures to provide reference for training college students with good adaptability, healthy mental quality and all-round development at the current stage.
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by Yaomin Su
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With the development of computers, computer software has become more and more complex, and people have very high requirements and demands for software, but they often encounter various problems during software operation. In order to avoid affecting users’ daily experience, relevant staff use software testing technology to find out hidden problems in software and deal with them in time. The network software can be used stably. Based on this, this paper conducts research on computer software testing, first analyzes the testing methods and applications of computer software, and then puts forward strategies to improve the testing methods and application effects of computer software, hoping to provide certain references for other practitioners through the discussion of this paper.
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by Maolin Ye, Shaogeng Zeng, Jinhao Qiu, Zhan Huan, Yuhang Deng
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With the continuous development of science and technology, intelligent guide technology has become an important field to improve the quality of life of visually impaired people. YOLOv5 and binocular ranging technology, as key innovations in the field of computer vision and deep learning, bring new opportunities and challenges to intelligent guide blindness systems. This paper aims to deeply study the principle of YOLOv5 and binocular ranging technology, as well as their specific applications in the field of blindness guidance, focusing on their role and advantages in obstacle detection, distance measurement and navigation accuracy improvement.
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by Feng Yang, Jing Luo
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In college physics teaching,how to achieve moral education and cultivate students and how to achieve”walking in the same direction”with ideological and political courses is a highly concerned issue.And smart classrooms provide an efficient way to solve this problem.This paper focuses on college physics teaching and explores the research and practice of ideological and political education in courses based on smart classrooms,aiming to provide reference and guidance for educators in the field of college physics education.
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by Zhang Lan, Muhammad
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This study combines creative dance and folk animal totem elements in the form of educational content,through games and other teaching activities in the infi ltration of children’s daily life and other ways to sum up.It aims to be different from the dance teaching carried out by children’s dance training institutions with the educational objectives of grade examination and performance competition,which are currently popular in the society.
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by Xiaoxia Wan, Guomin Wu
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Nowadays, with computer software playing an important role in our daily life, computer programming is growing in popularity. Typically, different students learn computer programs at different levels, including beginner, intermediate and advanced. For the beginner, grammar is paid more attention in order that students can understand computer language. As to the kind of student with intermediate level, algorithm and data structure are key points for teaching computer programming. For the advanced learner, more mathematical model is constructed to solve particular problem, which is based on the computer programming .
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by Cuihong Zhang, Dengwu Wang, Zemin He, Yuntao Liu, Wei Bian
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As a product of the reform of the university teacher evaluation system guided by artificial intelligence,people-centered development philosophy and the actual demand of diversified personnel training,the“breaking the‘Five-only’higher education evaluation”aims to transform the unscientific development orientation of university teacher evaluation,break through the ideological shackles of the traditional teaching concept of“score only,thesis only,further education only,offi cial hat only,and diploma only”for higher education teachers,and promote the multi-dimensional development of university teacher evaluation under the background of“breaking the‘five-only’higher education evaluation”.Therefore,this paper conducts an in-depth analysis and exploration of the multi-dimensional evaluation of university teachers under the background of“breaking the‘five-only’higher education evaluation”,in order to promote the objective,scientific,and professional development of university teacher evaluation.
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by Shujie Lv
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Full employment of vocational college graduates is a key factor for social development and stability. School enterprise cooperation is of great significance in promoting zero distance interaction between schools and enterprises, strengthening education and teaching reform, improving the quality of student education, and achieving efficient employment. Strengthening school enterprise cooperation is conducive to cultivating high-quality technical and skilled talents that highly match market demand, and is in line with the new trend of current vocational education reform and development. Therefore, from the perspective of school enterprise cooperation, this article takes the dual education of Shenzhen Vocational and Technical College and the improvement of students’ employability as a case study, studies how to strengthen the employability of vocational college students, and puts forward several suggestions to effectively strengthen students’ employability and improve job quality.
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by Gang Li
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Chinese medicine culture is the treasure of the Chinese nation, and Chinese medicine philosophy culture is the key to open the door of Chinese medicine culture. From the perspective of Marxism, the core connotation of Chinese medicine philosophy culture is deeply analyzed. It not only conforms to the needs of the development of Marxism in China and the modernization of traditional Chinese medicine, but also has important theoretical resources and inheritance value for the ideological and political education of college students in the new era.
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by Long Huang, Yujiao Wang
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Spray cooling is an effective method for the cooling of electronic equipment. At present, the application of spray cooling technology in the heat dissipation of electronic devices has received more and more attention, especially in the heat dissipation of high-power electronic devices. Spray cooling technology atomizes the cooling working medium (water or air) into small droplets by spraying, forming and maintaining a very high temperature (usually 40 ° C ~70 ° C) under a certain pressure, so that the temperature of the working medium rises sharply to achieve heat dissipation [1]. At present, the research on the heat transfer characteristics of spray cooling surface mainly focuses on the analysis of its fl ow characteristics and heat transfer characteristics. Among them, surface temperature is an important parameter to characterize heat transfer performance, so it is very necessary and meaningful to study the influence of surface temperature on heat transfer characteristics of spray cooling [2]. Therefore, in this paper, two different measurement methods are used to study the changes of surface temperature and heat transfer system with spray pressure of combined surface under different power to obtain accurate and reliable surface temperature data.
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by Linhua Wang
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Traditional moral education in colleges and universities is too rational and didactic, ignoring the important role of emotional factors and teacher-student interaction in moral cultivation. In order to solve this problem, this paper takes the perspective of caring ethics as an example to study moral education in colleges and universities. This paper puts forward some new ideas, such as paying attention to emotional experience, paying attention to teacher-student relationship, creating caring atmosphere and providing compassionate teaching, so as to provide reference for the reform of moral education in colleges and universities. Caring ethics emphasizes the importance of the needs of others, the interaction between people, sympathy, compassion and responsibility, which is highly consistent with the goal of moral education. By integrating the idea of caring ethics, moral education in colleges and universities is expected to guide students to internalize their moral consciousness and cultivate their comprehensive moral cultivation.
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by Li Qiao
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In the process of practical teaching, it is found that there are still some problems in the implementation and promotion of college English courses. This paper introduces the background of the course, makes clear what the course elements are, points out the problems in college English courses, and puts forward corresponding solutions, aiming to provide practical methods and strategies for front-line teaching workers.
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Tables created using Microsoft Word table function are preferred. The tables should include a title underneath. Titles and footnotes/legends should be concise. These must be submitted together with the manuscript. Likewise, lists and equations should be properly aligned and its meaning clear to readers. For listing things within the main body of the manuscript, please use Arabic numerals in parenthesis (e.g. (1), (2), (3), (4), etc.)

Supplementary Information

This section is optional and contains all materials and figures that have been excluded from the entire manuscript. These materials are relevant to the manuscript but remain non-essential to readers’ understanding of the manuscript’s main content. All supplementary information should be submitted as a separate file in Step 4 during submission. Please ensure the names of such files contain ‘suppl. info’. Videos may be included in this section.

In-text citations

Reference citations in the text should be numbered consecutively in superscript square brackets. Some examples:

a) Negotiation research spans many disciplines[3, 4].

b) This result was later contradicted by Becker and Seligman[5].

c) This effect has been widely studied[1–3, 7].

Personal communications and unpublished works can only be used in the main text of the submission and are not to be placed in the Reference section. Authors are advised to limit such usage to the minimum. They should also be easily identifiable by stating the authors and year of such unpublished works or personal communications and the word ‘Unpublished’ in parenthesis. E.g. (Smith J, 2000, Unpublished)

 

References

This section is compulsory and should be placed at the end of all manuscripts. Do not use footnotes or endnotes as a substitute for a reference list. The list of references should only include works that are cited in the text and that have been published or accepted for publication. Personal communications and unpublished works should be excluded from this section.

References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. Identify references in text, tables, and legends by Arabic numerals in parentheses. Authors referenced are listed with their surname followed by their initials. All references should also appear as an in-text citation. References should follow the following pattern: Author(s), title of publication, full journal name in italics followed by year of publication, volume number, issue number in parenthesis and lastly, page range. If the referred article has more than three authors, list only the first three authors and abbreviate the remaining authors to italicized ‘et al.’ (meaning: "and others"). If the DOI is available, please include it after the page range.

Standard journal article

Journal article (print) with one to three authors

Halpern SD, Ubel PA. Solid-organ transplantation in HIV-infected patients. The New England Journal of Medicine 2002 Jul 25;347(4):284-7.

Journal article (print) with more than three authors

Rose ME, Huerbin MB, Melick J, et al. Regulation of interstitial excitatory amino acid concentrations after cortical contusion injury. Brain Research 2002;935(1-2):40-6.

Journal article (online) with one to three authors

Jackson D, Firtko A and Edenborough M. Personal resilience as a strategy for surviving and thriving in the face of workplace adversity: A literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2007; 60(1):1–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04412.x.

Journal article (online) with more than three authors

Hargreave M, Jensen A, Nielsen TSS, et al. Maternal use of fertility drugs and risk of cancer in children—A nationwide population-based cohort study in Denmark. International Journal of Cancer 2015; 136(8): 1931–1939. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ijc.29235.

Book

Book with one to three authors

Schneider Z, Whitehead D and Elliott D. Nursing and Midwifery Research: Methods and Appraisal for Evidence-based Practice, 3rd ed. Marrickville, NSW: Elsevier Australia; 2007.

Book with more than three authors

Davis M, Charles L, Curry M J, et al. Challenging Spatial Norms, London: Routledge; 2003.

Chapter or Article in Book

Meltzer PS, Kallioniemi A, Trent JM. Chromosome alterations in human solid tumors. In: Vogelstein B, Kinzler KW, editors. The genetic basis of human cancer. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2002. p. 93-113.

*Note that the editor’s name is not inverted.

Others

Proceedings of meetings and symposiums, conference papers

Christensen S, Oppacher F. An analysis of Koza's computational effort statistic for genetic programming. In: Foster JA, Lutton E, Miller J, Ryan C, Tettamanzi AG, editors. Genetic programming. EuroGP 2002: Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Genetic Programming; 2002 Apr 3-5; Kinsdale, Ireland. Berlin: Springer; 2002. p. 182-91.

Conference proceedings (from electronic database)

Harnden P, Joffe JK, Jones WG, editors. Germ cell tumours V. Proceedings of the 5th Germ Cell Tumour Conference; 2001 Sep 13-15; Leeds, UK. New York: Springer; 2002.

Online Document with author names

Este J, Warren C, Connor L, et al. Life in the clickstream: The future of journalism. Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance. 2008; Retrieved from http://www.alliance.org.au/documents/ foj_report_final.pdf

Online Document without author name

Princeton Writing Program. (n.d.). Developing an argument. Retrieved from http://web.princeton.edu/ sites/ writing/Writing_Center/WCWritingResources.htm

Thesis/Dissertation

Borkowski MM. Infant sleep and feeding: a telephone survey of Hispanic Americans [dissertation]. Mount Pleasant (MI): Central Michigan University; 2002.

Standards

Standards Australia Online. Glass in buildings: Selection and installation. AS 1288-2006, amended January 31, 2008. Retrieved from SAI Global database 2006.

Government Report

National Commission of Audit. Report to the Commonwealth Government, Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service 1996.

Government report (online)s

Department of Health and Ageing.Ageing and aged care in Australia; 2008. Retrieved from http://www.health.gov.au/internet/ main/publishing.nsf/Content/ageing

Patent

Rencher W F. Bioadhesive pharmaceutical car- rier. US Patent 5462749 A. 1995.

No author

Guide to agricultural meteorological practices, 2nd ed. Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization, Geneva; 1981.

Note: When referencing an entry from a dictionary or an encyclopedia with no author there is no requirement to include the source in the reference list. In these cases, only cite the title and year of the source in-text. For an authored dictionary/encyclopedia, treat the source as an authored book.

 

 

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Authors retain copyright of their work, with first publication rights (online and print) granted to Universe Scientific Publishing or the owner of the journal in question.

 

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Advances in Higher Education is a fully accessible publication that serves as the medium to publish the original educational research article that focusing on teaching, learning and educational developments throughout the world in universities, polytechnics, colleges, and vocational and education institutions which despite public and private higher education sectors. It aims to serve as a debate forum for a diverse group of scholar who share the characteristic features, as well as problems and issue of each education system, and who can have significant voice in discussion around topics of higher education. The content will focus on the field of educational theory, student management, teaching method, conceptual model of educational process and cases study.

The article categories within the journal include (but are not limited to) the following fields:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Learning Theory and Processes
  • Theory Practice Relationship
  • Teacher Education
  • Curriculum
  • Recruitment
  • Campus Climate
  • Academic Culture
  • Languages
  • Persistence motivations


 

Peer Review Process

All manuscripts submitted to USP journals undergo a rigorous peer review process, in which most of our peer reviews are single blind (unless stated otherwise).

All submitted manuscript are firstly handled by our managing editor, who will check the manuscript for plagiarism, in which rejection of the manuscript can take place at this stage by the managing editor if plagiarism occurs in the manuscript.

After the plagiarism check is completed and results are deemed satisfactory, the managing editor will pass the manuscript to the Editor-in-Chief who will undertake the peer review process, or at times pass the task to one of the Associate Editor.

A minimum of 2 reviewers will be selected from the pool of reviewers available according to their expertise and suitability to the subject matter of the manuscript. Reviewers will have to give their comments and recommendations (AcceptMajor RevisionsReject) to the Editor-in-Chief or Associate Editor for them to make a final decision on the paper, and their comments will help the authors improve their papers.

Upon recommendations by the reviewers, the Editor-in-Chief or the Associate Editor can make a final decision on the paper and inform the author on their decision, adding comments to the Authors to make improvements in their research or paper.

Typically there are 3 main decisions in the peer review process – AcceptMajor Revisions or Reject. If the Editor-in-Chief accepts the paper, it could be split into Minor revisions (author to make minor amendments to the paper) or No revisions (no amendments required by author), after which the paper can be sent to the Editing stage.

If the decision is a Major Revision, the authors are required to make the changes as suggested in the comments accordingly and the paper will be resubmitted for a second (or third) round of review. If the decision is to Reject the manuscript, the author will be notified and the rejected manuscript will be archived and the peer review process ends.

An accepted paper will be sent for Copy Editing, Layout Editing and Proofreading before publication of the paper. Correspondence between the authors and USP will be required here in order to improve the language and/or look of the manuscript. After the Editing stage is completed, authors are required to check the PDF file of the final version before the article is published. USP registers DOI for the manuscript before publishing it on our site, in which the article is immediately accessible to the public.

 

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Advances in Higher Education provides immediate Gold Open Access to its content as it believes that making research freely available to the public helps promote the research results and in turn benefits the scholarly community.

    • Higher Visibility, Availability and Citations – free and unlimited accessibility of the publication over the internet without any restrictions increases citation of the article
    • Ease of search – publications are easily searchable in search engines and indexing databases
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The students sought to convince Minister Naledi Pandor and her office to intervene and help bring about peace at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Soshanguve campus. 

Engelbrecht said DA students have been trying to get classes to resume but the EFF Student Command and South African Student Congress have been disrupting classes. 

She said: Daso notes the tragic shooting of a student following the exposure of irregularities by officials.

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News: Australia’s biggest university, Monash, is pulling out of South Africa after 18 years

After 18 years, Australia's Monash University will be pulling out of South Africa, selling out to JSE-listed education group Advtech in a R340 million deal.

Monash South Africa was registered in 2000, and markets itself as a local provider of degrees with international brand recognition. Its Johannesburg campus has a capacity of 6,500 students and features a number of student residences, popular among students from other African countries.

But the Monash name will disappear from that campus, its soon-to-be new owners say.

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