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Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 2023, 4(1); doi: 10.38007/JEP.2023.040109.

Investigation of the Evaluation System of General Education in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Artificial Intelligence Environment


Fang Han

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Fang Han

School of Education, Fuzhou University of International Studies and Trade, Fuzhou 350000, Fujian, China


The concept of general education has been widely promoted and accepted since the 21st century and has been promoted in many colleges and universities. However, in the process of continuous practice and development of general education, its effect is far from reaching the original goal, and some problems have been exposed in curriculum design, classroom effect and teaching quality. Although there are many reasons for the above problems, the imperfect evaluation system of general education is also one of the factors that cannot be ignored. The establishment of a sound evaluation system for general education is the key to solving these problems. Only by solving the four major problems of “why to evaluate”, “who would evaluate”, “what to evaluate”, and “how to evaluate”, can these problems be fundamentally solved. Long-term growth for general education may only be attained in this manner. The importance of general education for higher vocational education to develop abilities has increased with the arrival of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) age. The general education in higher vocational education should focus on computer application skills, civic consciousness, and “whole person” education in order to satisfy the demands of contemporary growth. This study examined the need for and urgency of comprehensive literacy instruction in general education in colleges and universities based on the fuzzy theory of AI technology, so as to describe general education might include the benefits of AI technology. The resources and methods of general education were optimized, and the effectiveness of general education in comprehensive quality education was improved. The findings demonstrated that the evaluation system model for general education in colleges and universities based on AI could not only increase evaluation accuracy by 6.38%, but also support students’ individualized learning and cater to their needs in order to realize the goal of teaching and learning and more effective comprehensive quality education.


General Education Evaluation, Artificial Intelligence, Higher Vocational Colleges, Internet of Things

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Fang Han. Investigation of the Evaluation System of General Education in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Artificial Intelligence Environment. Frontiers in Educational Psychology (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 80-93. https://doi.org/10.38007/JEP.2023.040109.


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