School of Computer and Communication, Hunan Institute of Engineering, Hunan 411101, China
Strengthening innovation and entrepreneurship education is an important work for application-oriented universities to achieve the goal of talent training. This paper first briefly expounds the main problems existing in the innovation and entrepreneurship education in application-oriented universities, and then takes the teaching model as the object of study to construct the task-driven teaching model of innovation and entrepreneurship education in application-oriented universities. The research shows that the task-driven teaching model can take the task as the carrier, build the interactive space between teachers and students, provide a strong guarantee for students’ effective learning, and then improve the quality of innovation and entrepreneurship education.
Applied-oriented university, Innovation and entrepreneurship education, Task-driven, Teaching mode
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