Reconstruction of Teacher Training Management Model From the Perspective of Group Dynamics

Chenchen YANG

Abstract


With the implementation of teacher education reform worldwide, the effectiveness of teacher training has become a new focus. In this paper, based on group dynamics theory, a teacher training management mode based on the group dynamic mechanism is constructed, and the teachers’ internal psychological tension is stimulated through dynamic driving mechanism, the group cooperative learning atmosphere is maintained by static condensation mechanism, and the teachers’ learning activity efficiency is guaranteed by the norm constraint mechanism, thus restoring the subject status of teachers in the training, arousing their intrinsic vitality, and improving training efficiency.


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Group dynamics, Teacher training, Management mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11080

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