Research on the Training Mode of Indoor Design Majors Based on the Integration of Industry and Education


In China, the integration of industry and education refers to the close integration, mutual support, and mutual promotion of industrial practice and school education emphasized by schools in accordance with the needs of their students. It is a significant initiative to adapt applied majors to social and economic development, realize high-quality teaching, and enhance the comprehensive strength of students. Given the needs of the interior design profession, the following four aspects were analyzed and elaborated: the optimization of the progressive school-enterprise cooperation design talent cultivation mode and the "subject system" professional course structure; the dual-mentor system of school-enterprise cooperation and dual-teacher training in parallel with the construction of teaching teams; the construction of an interactive digital professional teaching platform and shared resource library; and the construction of a whole-process professional ability and vocational quality assessment and evaluation system with participation by mentors from schools and enterprises. This study attempted to develop an effective study path for indoor design majors to deeply implement the integration of industry and education and efficiently change the talent cultivation mode, and to help indoor design majors to improve the quality of talent cultivation in the practice of integrating industry and education.

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Yuejun Zhao, Jiangsu Second Normal University, China
Jiayang Ma, Nanjing Forestry University, China

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Conference: ACE2023
Stream: Curriculum Design & Development

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Zhao Y., & Ma J. (2024) Research on the Training Mode of Indoor Design Majors Based on the Integration of Industry and Education ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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