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Exploration of innovative path of mental health education in higher vocational colleges from the perspective of information technology

Hua He, Zuyu Wan, Ze Wang, Haibo Gao


Under the background of information technology, multiple thoughts of thought continue to emerge, which profoundly aff ects
the psychological development of students. Therefore, the diffi culty of mental health education of students in higher vocational colleges is
further increased under the background of information technology. Teachers should pay attention to the development of students' mental
health under the information technology environment, and design scientific and effective mental health education measures to promote
students' healthy growth. This paper discusses the development of vocational students' mental health education from the perspective of
information technology, and analyzes several innovative education paths of mental health education in vocational colleges, hoping to provide
some eff ective reference for the mental health education in vocational colleges.


"Internet +"; Vocational college students; Mental health

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v7i10.10643