An Empirical Research on the Status Quo of Ideological and Political Teachers in Higher Vocational Colleges in Hainan Province

  • Zhipeng OuEmail author
  • Dan Ren
  • Yuan-hui Li
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)


In order to build a high-quality team of teachers in vocational higher education institutions, deeply understand, and investigate the current situation of ideological and political teachers in vocational higher education institutions of Hainan Province, a questionnaire survey has been conducted from four aspects including the satisfaction of teaching and scientific research, professional quality, work saturation and teacher’s job satisfaction. On the basis of an empirical research upon the results through SPSS, it has come to the conclusion: the professional quality of ideological and political teachers cannot significantly influence the satisfaction of teaching and scientific research; Job saturation can positively influence teaching and research satisfaction; teaching and research satisfaction can positively influence teachers’ job satisfaction. Vocational higher education institutions should attach great importance to teachers’ development needs and respond to them, formulate policies to support teachers’ professional development, their promotion of professional title and further training, and improve the quality and level of teachers.


Higher vocational colleges Ideological and political courses Teacher Empirical research 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sanya Aviation and Tourism CollegeSanyaChina

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