A Study on the Influence of Higher Vocational Students' Professional Identity on Learning Gain, Based on the Mediating Effect of Learning Input

Pan Junling, Li Xianyin


The talent training orientation of these higher vocational colleges is no longer to cultivate research talents and general talents but to cultivate professional talents and professional talents. How to cultivate excellent professionals has become an important issue faced by higher vocational colleges after entering the new century. The talent training orientation of local higher vocational colleges is to train qualified basic education teachers, and professional and professional talents. Students studying in a higher vocational college should clarify their learning objectives, improve their learning investment, enhance their professional identity, master learning methods, and learn specialized knowledge and skills. Therefore, it is of both practical and theoretical significance to study the relationship between professional identity and the learning harvest of higher vocational students. Based on the analysis of the research results on learning input and professional performance at home and abroad, starting from the psychological and environmental levels of higher vocational students, this paper takes constructivist learning theory, self-identity theory, and ecosystem theory as the theoretical basis of the research. Through the analysis of the questionnaire survey results and combined with the interview survey, it is found that there is a positive correlation between professional identity and learning harvest, and learning input has an obvious intermediary role.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v11n7p15


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