Exploration on the Reform Strategy of Teaching Quality Evaluation System in Chinese Vocational Colleges

Jie Wang, Shiping Zou, Yulin Shen


The teaching quality evaluation of vocational education is not only an important way to meet the national identification of technical talents, but also an objective reflection of the comprehensive management level and college running quality of vocational colleges. However, the teaching evaluation of vocational education in China has not formed a unified and standardized management system framework. Therefore, in the new era of Xi Jinping, China's research on the evaluation of teaching quality of occupation technology education is more important. PDCA cycle is Deming Cycle, which is a model of continuous quality improvement, including four repeated steps: Plan, Do, Check and Act. This is exactly the same as the process of teaching quality evaluation in vocational colleges. Based on the concept of PDCA cycle theory, this paper attempts to use PDCA method to increase the innovative potential of teaching quality evaluation, and construct a set of closed-loop evaluation management scheme of teaching quality in the whole process and all-round spiral dynamic cycle mode-a five in one pluralistic structural teaching quality evaluation and management system of vocational colleges, families, enterprises, third-party institutions and society. This paper also discusses how PDCA method will affect the design and reform of teaching quality evaluation of vocational education in China, and deeply analyzes the problems and countermeasures that vocational colleges may face after trying to implement the pluralistic structural teaching quality evaluation and management system.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v10i3.5527


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