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International Journal of Educational Curriculum Management and Research, 2022, 3(4); doi: 10.38007/IJECMR.2022.030403.

Community Cooperation Mechanism of Teaching Team of Teachers in Logistics Management


Haimin Li

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Haimin Li

Shandong Transport Vocational College, Shandong 261206, China


With the new curriculum reform, teachers of logistics management(LM) take the new curriculum reform as the educational guideline, based on interpersonal relationship, equal and democratic communication, and interactive teaching evaluation, so as to improve their own educational and teaching ability, and finally implement to promote the overall development of students. The construction of teaching team community(TTC) CM has a very important role for LM teaching. Therefore, this paper mainly discusses the construction of cooperation mechanism(CM) of teachers' team learning community from the perspective of LM teachers in colleges and universities, based on teaching practice and action research, making full use of excellent teachers' resources and experiences, helping, cooperating, negotiating and learning from each other in teaching and research activities, so that individuals and teams can grow together.


Logistics Management Profession, Teaching Team Community, Cooperation Mechanism, Teaching Practice

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Haimin Li. Community Cooperation Mechanism of Teaching Team of Teachers in Logistics Management. International Journal of Educational Curriculum Management and Research (2022), Vol. 3, Issue 4: 18-24. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJECMR.2022.030403.


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