Yang Feng, Xiya Wang


At present, Chinese college students are Internet natives. Many people are addicted to online games and short videos all day long, unwilling to read books, lack lofty career ideals, and have negative learning attitudes. In order to improve this situation, this research carried out a 6-month motivational film and television education experiment among 375 college students. The experiment found that nearly 90% of the 186 students in the experimental group who participated in the "mobile appreciation + discussion and sharing" motivational film and television activity recognized and affirmed the education model, and their life beliefs, career ideals, postgraduate entrance plans, and learning enthusiasm have been significantly improved. However, 189 students in the control group who did not participate in the activity to maintain their original learning and living conditions had no significant changes in the above test indicators. At the same time, the final exam scores of the four major courses in the experimental group were also 11% higher than those in the control group. It can be seen that appreciation and sharing of inspirational videos have a very positive impact on improving students' ideal beliefs and academic performance.


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