The Characteristics of the Curriculum in China’s Vocational and Technical Normal University and the Enlightenment From the Abroad

Yu ZHANG

Abstract


The vocational and technical normal university is the mainstay to cultivate vocational education teacher. The author reviews the history of development of the vocational and technical normal university, analyzes the characteristics of the curriculum, and uses the experience of special courses in cultivating vocational education teacher from the Germany, Japan and Australia to consummate related courses in China. Tianjin University of Technology and Education, famous for the cradle of cultivating vocational education teacher in China, initiates the mode of double certificate system and the integration in cultivating vocational education teacher, from which the development prospect of China’s vocational education teacher training is been found.


Keywords


Vocational and technical normal university; Vocational education teacher; Curriculum; Special course

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

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