Research on bilingual course teaching evaluation of the The Event Management Major based on decision-oriented evaluation model
Keywords:Decision-oriented evaluation model, Bilingual curriculum, Teaching evaluation, Event management
The improvement of bilingual teaching can continuously enhance students' international vision and innovative ability, which is an important measure to cultivate innovative talents in the construction of double-top universities. Using the decision-oriented evaluation model, this study explores the relationship between the whole process of bilingual curriculum investment and teaching satisfaction, taking the bilingual curriculum construction of the Event Management major at Zhejiang Yuexiu University as an example. The research findings indicate that bilingual teaching is a gradual process, and the input of teaching resources, especially the supply of teaching resources and students' self-expression, have a great influence on teaching results. To improve the quality of bilingual teaching and students' interest in learning, this study suggests paying attention to students’ language foundation and the visualization of assessment results to stimulate their initiative in bilingual learning.
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