Study on Higher Vocational Education Based on Fuzzy Evaluation Index System

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 205)


To improve the education performance, the theory and methods of performance technology are applied to the vocational technology education to help students learn training so that students use the shortest time to reach the goal of teaching and learning as less external help as possible and to enhance teaching and learning performance. Feasibility of combining performance with teaching practice in vocational technology education is explored. Education organization’s performance in the information age has become a major and very complex problem in educational development, which cannot be ignored and requires the joint efforts and cooperation of a variety of disciplines within the field of education. Performance technology started from the enterprises whose early practice and main application are in commerce, business organizations. The methods and principles of performance technology in education can improve the performance of educational organizations, which is more and more increasingly concerned by performance technology and education technology professionals.


Performance technology Higher vocational education Evaluation index system 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Basic ScienceNingbo Dahongying UniversityCixiChina

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