The Teaching Practice of Curriculum Ideology and Politics in the Teaching of Professional Courses in Colleges and Universities—Take the Course "Packaging Structure Design" as an Example

Xiaolei Sun


Product design is a profession that is closely related to the national manufacturing level, design innovation ability, and national life happiness. The construction of curriculum ideology and politics is an inevitable requirement to improve the quality of product design talent training. Taking the course "Packaging Structure Design" as an example, this paper expounds on the specific content of the ideological and political teaching construction practice of this course, including the ideas of ideological and political construction, the course ideological and political teaching measures, and course ideological and political achievements and results, and puts forward future suggestions for teaching optimization. Combining the characteristics of the course "Packaging Structure Design" and the goal of talent training, this paper integrates ideological and political concepts into the teaching content, and comprehensively utilizes various teaching methods to achieve the purpose of teaching and educating. Students of Dalian University of Science and Technology are the target subjective of the implementation in this teaching practice. Through our analysis, we found that the integration of the ideological and political content into the curriculum brought positive teaching and learning results. It aims to provide references and suggestions for the ideological and political construction of packaging structure design courses in product design education.

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