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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(4): 289-294
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.289-294

Russian Talent Training Mode Optimization Using OBE in Higher Vocational Colleges

Gulibanu Abudureheman*, Zunpeng Liu, and Rui Mou
Xinjiang Vocational University, Urumqi, Xinjiang, China
*Correspondence: 623007537@qq.com (G.A.)

Manuscript received March 13, 2023; revised April 28, 2023; accepted May 19, 2023.

Abstract—To narrow the gap between Russian education in vocational colleges and “One Belt One Road” needs, this work employs reverse design principles to design the curriculum structure and reorganizes the Russian teaching content based on the OBE (Outcome-Based Education). Starting from internal and external demands, we develop the training goals and graduation requirements for students, which further guides the design of teaching content to match occupational needs. Through a four-year education with two sessions of students' practice at Xinjiang Vocational University, it is verified that the Russian talent training mode under the OBE theory is beneficial. It can enhance the attractiveness of the Russian major, improving the initiative of talent training objectives and the overall quality of talent training and job competency. 
Keywords—Russian education, talent training, the OBE theory

Cite: Gulibanu Abudureheman, Zunpeng Liu, and Rui Mou, "Russian Talent Training Mode Optimization Using OBE in Higher Vocational Colleges," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 289-294, December 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.4.289-294

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