Manzhouli Branch of Inner Mongolia University, Manzhouli Inner Mongolia 021400, China
Cross-boundary collaborative teaching is an effective method and approach to carry out internationalization of higher vocational education. In practice, because of different interest subjects and interest demands, the participants of collaborative teaching are in the game mechanism. Analyzing game equilibrium, it is found that both sides of the game participants’ probability is related to the cost of cooperation and the responsibility of cultural communication. Therefore, the development of cross-boundary collaborative teaching in higher vocational education requires close cooperation, assume the responsibility of cultural communication, and make full use of resources and the international cooperation environment, in order to cultivate technical talents that meet the needs of the international market.
higher vocational education; Cross-border; Collaborative teaching; Game; Cultural communication
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