A Study on Building a “Three Wholes” Long-Term Mechanism for Tuition-Free Normal University Students’ Education on Career Aspiration

Huamin WANG

Abstract


The establishment and achievement of tuition-free normal university students’ lofty and unswerving teaching aspirations is closely associated with the implementation of the state tuition-free policy for normal university students. It has a direct impact on the improvement of the quality of China’s future education, and is the core of cultivating tuition-free normal students. In this sense, the education in terms of their career aspirations plays a vital role. The paper is of the belief that building a long-term “three wholes” mechanism which includes whole process, whole participation and whole direction is an inherent requirement of enhancing the effectiveness of the career aspiration education on the part of tuition-free normal university students.


Keywords


Tuition-free normal university students; Career aspiration education; Long-term mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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