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The “Six Fusion” of Curriculum Ideological and Political Elements in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics;

Jing Chen


In the teaching of probability theory and mathematical statistics, we should explore the ideological and political elements of
the curriculum in multiple dimensions, and integrate them into daily teaching silently. This paper excavates and integrates the ideological
and political elements of probability theory and mathematical statistics from six angles, namely: philosophical principle, dialectical unity;
Patriotic fi lms, feelings of home and country; Historical achievements, cultural achievements; Enlighten wisdom and enhance cognition;
Current political hot spots, news policies; Stepping into the forefront, scientifi c and technological innovation. Multi-dimensional integration
of ideological and political elements, so that the course content is no longer too abstract, theoretical, mathematical, but rooted in life, culture,
society, so as to solve practical problems, cultivate students’ mathematical thinking, enhance cognition, highlight the value of education, to
achieve the goal of moral education.


probability theory and mathematical statistics; Curriculum thinking and politics; merge

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v7i10.10694