Development Value and Path Selection of Kindergarten Curriculum Resources of Tibetan Traditional Culture

Ou PENG, Liuji WU, Lu MIAO, Lunjie LIN


It is an important field of preschool education study to carry out the kindergarten curriculum that conform to the local and that are suitable for children’s physical and mental development. Tibetan traditional culture is the sum of the material wealth and spiritual wealth that are created by Tibetan people in a unique geographical and cultural environment, which has unique regional characteristics and life atmosphere. It is an important part of the Chinese traditional culture, which has constructive value for the development of early childhood curriculum, identify value and inherit value. Based on the traditional Tibetan culture, the development of preschool curriculum resources should adopt the strategy of clarifying the concept of preschool curriculum, following the principles of living and playing, and adhering to the cooperative development of home, developing related courses and constructing the curriculum system.


Tibetan traditional culture; Early childhood curriculum; Curriculum resources; Curriculum development

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