Current Situation, Principles and Strategies of Traffic Law Textbooks Writing

Zhiwen ZHANG

Abstract


Textbooks are the carrier of the curriculum and the basic basis for teaching activities. The existing traffic law textbooks lag behind the teaching of traffic law. There are insufficient theoretical and methodological support for traffic law textbooks in the textbook writing.Therefore, in order to develop traffic law, it is necessary to update existing traffic law textbooks from a scientific, systematic and practical perspective. The traffic law textbooks could be enriched and improved in terms of system, concept and content.


Keywords


Traffic Law; Textbooks writing; Teaching research

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11042

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