Exploration and Practice of the Practical Teaching Curriculum System for Cultivating Applied and Innovative Undergraduate Talents

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ABSTRACT

Aiming at shortcomings in the current system of practice teaching in high schools especially in regional high schools, a system of practice teaching that fit current cultivation of practical and innovative talents is explored in education. In accordance with the progressive regularity of ability cultivation, the system of practice teaching is divided into four levels: basic practice, basic experiment, advanced practice and comprehensive innovation. And this characteristic system of practice teaching is built up to cultivate practical and innovative talents in grassroots who can meet the requirements of current socio-economic development.

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He, C. , Zhang, H. and Wei, A. (2012) Exploration and Practice of the Practical Teaching Curriculum System for Cultivating Applied and Innovative Undergraduate Talents. Creative Education, 3, 181-184. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B047.

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