The Role of Introduction to Ecological Science in Ideological and Political Education in Universities

Zheng Yan

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 517-521


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The methods of ideological and political education in traditional universities are mostly used in the way of classroom explanation, individual conversation, discussion and discussion, etc., which are limited by time, place and number, and the effect is poor. This paper analyzes the introduction and necessity of behavior based on the perspective of Ecological science, and constructs the introduction of Ecological principle to ideological and political education in universities. The experimental results show that the methods applied to ideological and political education in universities can achieve better results. The scores of the students of different gender in the ideological and political education evaluation index are 77.01 points and 84.10 points; the scores of students in different grades were 80.76 points, 79.61 points, 79.72 points and 82.62 points; and the scores of different majors in the evaluation index of Ideological and political education were 78.06 points and 86.35 points.


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