A Sophomore Questionnaire Research on the Innovation Learning Demands of “Principle” Course

Luo Qing


The innovation learning demands of sophomore students taking “principle” course in China are explored through questionnaire. Descriptive statistics, independent sample T-test and comparing study, are used to verify demand-side opinions about innovation education in the “principle” course. Around 94% sophomore student want the courses reformed by innovation education, to improve the innovation spirit and enhance the innovation ability, without significant gender difference. The majority sophomore students demand specific teaching resources of communist innovative model and in the form of gameplay teaching. And the “principle” innovative model education applied in curriculum, can enhance the supply-side structural reform of ideological and political courses. The Findings can be applied in the curriculum design, by furthering the combination of “principle” innovative model teaching resources with gameplay teaching form.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/jar.v4n2p44


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