Research and Practice on Innovative Methods of Ideological and Political Education for College Students Based on Internet of Things + Technologies*

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Na An
Jing Wang
Honglei Wang

Keywords

Technologies of the Internet of Things, College Students' Ideological and Political Education, Innovation

Abstract

The Internet of Things is an important trend in the development of information technology after the Internet and the mobile communication network. It attracts college students through its advanced technical means and rich contents, and has brought far-reaching influence on the ideological and political education of college students. Therefore, it is of great theoretical and practical significance to explore the application of Internet of Things in ideological and political education in colleges and universities. This paper deeply analyzes the current situation of ideological and political education of college students in China under the background of Internet of Things, and finds that the application of technologies of the Internet of Things in education is mainly embodied in three aspects: classroom teaching, extracurricular learning and educational management. The main problems of ideological and political education in colleges and universities are that the interest of college students in ideological and political courses is generally low, the connection and integration between the technologies of the Internet of Things and ideological and political education needs to be strengthened, and the quality of ideological and political teachers needs to be improved. At the same time, based on the Internet of Things + Technologies, it is proposed that college students’ ideological and political education should be innovated in the aspects of service function, teaching mode, learning mode and the construction of teachers’ team, which has a strong guiding role in the reform of ideological and political education in colleges and universities in China.

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