Research on the Practice Education Pattern of Innovative Entrepreneurship in Colleges in the Internet Plus Era

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Li Zhuang
Lin Zhu


Under the background of Internet plus, the innovative entrepreneurship practice education pattern (IEPEP) in colleges aims to enhance students’ basic literacy and independent innovation ability of IE. The single form of PEP in IEPEP only focuses on theoretical education, lacking practical exercises. The teachers of IE courses are mainly part-time, lacking professional teaching team and sufficient teachers. Written evaluation is used as the IEPEP evaluation standard. This lack of practical exercises leads to an imperfect evaluation model. For this reason, the overall idea in this paper is constituted from raising questions to theoretical research to model construction and then to empirical analysis. By constructing three patterns to optimize the talent training mechanism of IE. The first is to construct IEPE curriculum pattern through literature, investigation and data analysis. The second is to construct IEPE activity pattern through expert guidance, in-depth exchanges, and case studies. The third is to construct IEPE evaluation pattern through questionnaire surveys, online assessments, counseling talks, and data analysis. Based on the systematic sampling method, 398 valid questionnaires are analyzed for data based on the questionnaires filled by the categorized 560 students and with the help of SPSS 22.0 and AMOS 26.0 software. A conclusion that IEPEP has a significant positive impact on entrepreneurial intention and ability is confirmed through empirical analysis. This effectively guarantees the quality of IE talents, and provides IE talents for society and enterprises.


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