Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation on the necessity of network psychological education in college education

Ruixia Guan
July 2014
Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research;2014, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p776
Academic Journal
With the development of times and the progress of society, information technology has become more and more developed, which leads to the growing utilization rate of network technology in college education. Network teaching has become a major form of college teaching in contemporary society. Thus, how college students get overall development under new education models becomes a hot issue of social concern. As mental health is a component of the overall development of contemporary college students and the network psychological health education also belongs to network teaching in the new era, we should pay attention to the necessity of network psychological education when implementing major changes of network psychological education in the 21st century.


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