Teaching Reform of Curriculum System under the School-Enterprise Collaborative Training Mode
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Shu Tan, Qian Li
In recent years, the school-enterprise collaborative talent training model, as a new type of education model, has received more and more attention from universities, enterprises, governments and the whole society. School-enterprise collaborative education is an important reform direction for China's higher education to serve the society, serve the society, and promote social development. It is also an inevitable trend of China's higher education development. This paper analyzes the problems existing in the curriculum system teaching under the traditional talent training mode, and proposes a new model of the curriculum system teaching based on the school-enterprise collaborative talent training model. Guided by the school-enterprise coordination mechanism, the combination of professional teachers and enterprise engineers in colleges and universities guarantees the teaching of the course. The combination of textbook theory knowledge and engineering projects is the teaching implementation of the course teaching content, which strengthens the talent engineering quality and engineering practice ability. The intensity of training will provide guarantee and continuous motivation for further improving the quality of professional personnel training and meeting the needs of talents in society and enterprises. The construction of a school-enterprise collaborative innovation and entrepreneurship training system is mainly to establish a variety of talents that are oriented to the needs of personnel training in economic and social development and to cultivate social and technological development. In order to solve the problems of derailing the theory and practical application of colleges and universities, and weak students' ability to work, it provides a certain reference for cultivating innovative and entrepreneurial talents that meet social requirements.
School-enterprise collaboration; Training model; Curriculum system; Teaching reform