Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2020, Page: 79-84
Study on the Training Mode of Network Security Practical Talent in Vocational and Technical College Based on Gamification and Leveling up
Shihua Liu, Department of Information Technology, Wenzhou Polytechnic, Wenzhou, China
Zhanxiang Ye, Department of Information Technology, Wenzhou Polytechnic, Wenzhou, China
Hao Zhang, Department of Information Technology, Wenzhou Polytechnic, Wenzhou, China
Gang Wu, Department of Information Technology, Wenzhou Polytechnic, Wenzhou, China
Received: Aug. 7, 2020;       Accepted: Aug. 20, 2020;       Published: Sep. 3, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijecs.20200504.13      View  42      Downloads  32
In recent years, with the advancement of information and intelligence, the importance of network information security has become increasingly prominent, and the shortage of network security personnel has become increasingly serious. Vocational and Technical colleges mainly train practical network security talents, but network security requires a solid foundation of IT knowledge, a wide range of knowledge, part of the course learning boring, students have no motivation to learn. Therefore, Information Security and Management teaching and research section of Wenzhou Polytechnic company with the related security vendor, explore a training Mode of network Security practical talent in Vocational and Technical College based on gamification and leveling up. the basic knowledge learning task in traditional courses, the security service projects from companies and the CTF (Capture The Flag) network security competition contents are converted to corresponding grade leveling task, students can obtain corresponding experience points after complete the tasks. When students get enough experience points and meet the certain requirements, they will level up and get the skills’ badges. After the required skills badges are all obtained, the student can trade-in course credits and scores or get the corresponding enterprise certification. In the actual teaching practice, the students respond positively to the gamification and gradation learning mode inspired by the clear goal, and gets better learning effect.
Gamification, Leveling up, Vocational and Technical College, Network Security, Training of Practical Talents
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Shihua Liu, Zhanxiang Ye, Hao Zhang, Gang Wu, Study on the Training Mode of Network Security Practical Talent in Vocational and Technical College Based on Gamification and Leveling up, International Journal of Education, Culture and Society. Vol. 5, No. 4, 2020, pp. 79-84. doi: 10.11648/j.ijecs.20200504.13
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