Meta-Analysis of the Development of Teacher Education in University in the Educational Research of China

Ruiyuan MA, Haozhen XU

Abstract


This research is based on 67 articles related with the meta-analysis of the teacher education in the university, which was published on CNKI from 2001 to 2014. The study found that: Articles about this field were mainly published in 2011, presenting a falling and curving trend as a whole. The main 6 authors of these articles include Zhu Xudong, Zhou Jun, Shen Qibiao, He Xi, Zhang Guoqiang and Zhao Binghui while the main Research institutes involve Beijing Normal University, Fujian Normal University and Southwest University. However, little inter-academic cooperation has been conducted among authors and universities. These articles are mainly in the fields of comparative education and higher education, which focus on the formation path, the institutional environment, teacher education models and evaluation in universities. 


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China; University; Teacher education; Universitization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7363

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