Constructing Training System of Foreign Teachers in Higher Education Under Pespective of Acculturation

Guanghai LI, Wanbing SHI, Guoqiang YU

Abstract


Helping foreign teachers rapidly finish acculturation has been important part in administration in higher education. Training for acculturation has been a major approach to solve this issue. Applying interviewing method to interview some foreign teachers in colleges, results indicate that current training is not systematic and some strategies of constructing this training system have been put forward.


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Acculturation; College; Foreign teachers

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

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