# Research on the Ideological and Political Teaching Design of “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” Course

## Keywords:

Probability theory and mathematical statistics, Curriculum ideological and political, Instructional design## Abstract

With the advancement of teaching reform, the role of curriculum ideological and political ideas in moral education is increasingly important. The course “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” is a course that studies the statistical regularity of random phenomena. Teachers integrate the ideological and political concepts of the course into the teaching design process and add ideological and political elements into the course teaching, which can not only show the ideological and political value of the course “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” but also improve students’ ideological and political literacy and promote the all-round comprehensive development of students. This paper will analyze and discuss three aspects of the “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” course ideological and political teaching overview, “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” course ideological and political teaching design principles and ideas, and “Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics” course ideological and political teaching implementation strategy.

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