Shandong Labor Vocational and Technical College, Jinan Shandong 250000, China
In the last couple of years, the education situation of our country is becoming better, and brings great changes to every stage education. Higher vocational colleges, as the main place for the cultivation of skilled talents, have attached increasing importance to teaching quality and reform, and have also taken a series of measures to reform their teaching status. However, the actual effect is not obvious. The advanced mathematics can be cited as an example. Specifically, the fundamental status quo has not changed, although higher vocational colleges have adjusted the teaching methods. In some colleges, there are still single courses, old and rigid teaching methods, and the students’ learning goals are not clear enough. Therefore, in response to various problems in higher mathematics learning in higher vocational colleges, colleges need to improve the curriculum and renew teaching devices to stir up students' interest in learning, so that the level of mathematics teaching in China's higher vocational colleges can be improved.
Interest in learning, Higher vocational colleges, Advanced mathematics
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