Optimization and Innovation of China’s Education of the Old Aged Paradigm in the New Era

Rong XU

Abstract


The main contradiction in the development of China’s education of the aged in the new era is the contradiction between the growing elder’s longing for a good education life and the inadequate development of the education of the aged. In theory, optimizing and innovating the development paradigm of China’s education of the aged is of great significance and multiplier effect for solving this main contradiction. The first is to clarify the theoretical logic of China’s the aged paradigm optimization (including making clear the inevitability of paradigm optimization and innovation, analyzing the mechanism of paradigm optimization and innovation, reflecting on and finding the existing problems of the current paradigm, and so on.);The second, we must base ourselves on theoretical research and practice frontiers, learn from others, and construct a new paradigm of “Integrate Organism” (including the choice and basis of new paradigm, the specific connotation and development vision of the new paradigm, etc.); The second, it is necessary for us to propose a concrete implementation path with realistic relevance according to the new connotation of the paradigm. Only the overall coordinated promotion of the three can revitalize the vitality of China’s education of the aged in the new era.


Keywords


Education of the aged; Paradigm; Optimization and innovation; Integrate organism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11330

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