The Exploration of College Students’ Honesty Education Curriculum System Constructing


College students are the builders and successors of the socialist cause, age and reality requires college students to become the high integrity quality group. Construction of college students’ honesty education curriculum system can help students establish good faith consciousness and improve their own quality. Education curriculum system construction is a system engineering, teaching content should be scientific, vivid, to be flexible and varied teaching methods, establish and form a complete set of classroom teaching practice teaching link, strengthening teaching management, scientific appraisal, the development of corpus function is needed while paying attention to the quality of teachers.

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Chen, G. and Sun, D. (2014) The Exploration of College Students’ Honesty Education Curriculum System Constructing. Creative Education, 5, 568-572. doi: 10.4236/ce.2014.58067.

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