The Practice of a New Maker Teaching Model in Vocational and Technical Education


  • Zhiqing Hu Hunan Financial & Industrial Vocational-Technical College
  • Xueyu Gong University of South China



Cyberspace; vocational and technical education; set pair analysis; maker teaching


Affected by the traditional teaching model, vocational education and teaching tend to emphasize theory but ignore practice, and students have a poor innovation ability, which can’t satisfy the talent needs of the development of social market. In consideration of this, this paper introduces a maker teaching model supported by cyberspace, which divides the teaching process into six stages: knowledge learning, situational thinking, operational practice, research program, creative learning, sharing and communication. Combined with the characteristics of vocational education course, the maker teaching model is applied to this course, and the design is made from three aspects: maker spirit, maker ability and maker practice. At the same time, set pair analysis is adopted to set up a teacher-student two-way teaching effect evaluation model, with a view to improve the teaching effect of vocational education courses and enhance students’ ability. The teaching practice results of this study indicate that students’ learning initiative is effectively promoted under this teaching model, and the learning effect is relatively good. This education mode overmatches the traditional teaching method.




How to Cite

Hu, Z. ., & Gong, X. . (2022). The Practice of a New Maker Teaching Model in Vocational and Technical Education. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 17(09), pp. 241–256.