Research on Teaching Function of Three-creativity Integration Curriculum System


  • Ren You



Three-creativity integration, Curriculum system, Teaching.


The three-creativity integrated curriculum system teaching is a new teaching mode, aiming at cultivating students' innovative thinking, entrepreneurial spirit and innovative skills. At present, higher education gradually carries out three-creativity teaching, although it has obtained certain results, so that students' innovative thinking, spirit and professional quality continue to improve, laying the foundation for the future. However, due to the lack of experience in the teaching of the "Three-creativity integration" curriculum system, the curriculum design is not perfect, and the teachers' insufficient cognition of the teaching of the "Three-creativity integration" curriculum system and the teaching methods are not reasonable enough, which then affects the teaching effect of the "Three-creativity integration" curriculum system. Therefore, this paper will discuss the concept, characteristics and implementation strategies of the three-creativity integrated curriculum system teaching, aiming to provide some feasible teaching programs and ideas for educators and promote the development of higher education.


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How to Cite

You, R. (2023). Research on Teaching Function of Three-creativity Integration Curriculum System. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 10(3), 102–105.