Innovation and Entrepreneurship Talents Cultivating: Systematic Implementation Path of “Knowledge Interface and Ability Matching”

Liu Xin, He Le

Abstract


Systematic matching failure problems have emerged in the very process of integrating innovative and entrepreneurial ability cultivation into college teaching system. These problems included, firstly, innovative and entrepreneurial education mismatch with professional education and disconnect with practice. Secondly, educators’ inadequate awareness and single teaching method results in weak pertinence and effectiveness of innovative and entrepreneurial education. The lack of practice platform and insufficient guidance and support can be the final one. Concentrating on those problems above, concrete methods of integrating and promoting teaching elements and knowledge resource systems can be explored from the perspective of the combination of dynamic programming and knowledge software interface. An optimized achievable path of achieving training objectives in a teaching system can be analyzed through a dynamic programming method. Five specific implementation methods including comprehensive utilization, dynamic supplement, innovative development, resource transmission, and usage services can be proposed further. The implementation effects indicate that the positive incentive response between the innovative ability and entrepreneurial strength of college students has been formed. The steady and orderly promotion of college students’ innovation and entrepreneurship abilities has been praised by all parties.

Keywords


knowledge software interface; dynamic programming; system control; teaching quality; innovation and entrepreneurship

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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