DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1269

Research Method Innovation of College Students' Ideological and Political Education Based on Cognitive Neuroscience

Fanfan Li

Abstract


The innovation of college students’ ideological and political education needs to combine the current situation of education development, follow relevant principles and rules and adjust the principles and mechanisms of education in a timely manner, then make them develop towards a healthy direction. Only through a variety of methods to make the content of ideological and political education into individuals’ mind, can the ideological and political education achieve substantial results. Recently, the systematization and diversification of the research methods of ideological and political education cannot satisfy the requirements of the scientific development of the its research. This paper actively draw on the ideas and methods of natural science and social science research field, the innovation of cognitive neuroscience is applied to college students' ideological and political education research methods, supplied advanced technology and broader research perspective from the aspect of tool provides for the study of the ideological and political education. Accurate and scientific data of the effect of ideological and political education can be obtained through measuring the physiological changes in the specific areas of the human brain by electroencephalography. According to the results of the experiment, we designed more effective education and teaching activities, cleared the educational intervention plan, optimized the plasticity of the brain, and enhanced the effectiveness of ieological and political education.

Keywords


Cognitive Neuroscience, Brain Mechanism, Practical Development, Ideological and Political Education

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