Problems and Suggestions of Current Preschool Teacher Training: Based on the Analysis of “National Training Plan”

Yunjia LIANG

Abstract


This paper summarized the current problems concerning preschool teacher training in China based on the analysis of “National Training Plan”. These problems include deficiency of evaluation, inappropriateness of training content, and so on. This paper then proposed some measurements and suggestions on preschool teacher training system, training content, and arrangement of training schedule.

Keywords


Preschool teacher training; Problem and suggestion; “National Training Plan”

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10245

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