Discussion on the Establishment of Campus Culture in Normal Universities From the Perspective of Teachers’ Moral Cultivation

Jing REN

Abstract


The moral education in the new era is not only the practical need to improve the quality of normal students, but also the need to promote the continuous development of education in China. This article expounds the influence of the establishment of campus culture in normal colleges on the cultivation of teachers’ morality, discusses on the existing problems in the current campus culture and education of normal universities, combines the characteristics of normal universities to explore the campus culture establishment from the perspective of the morality training of teachers, and propose a strategy that is beneficial to teachers’ moral cultivation.


Keywords


Normal universities; Teachers’ moral cultivation; College culture establishment

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References


Wang, Q., & Wu, Y. (2014). Establishment of characteristic campus culture in Fujian Normal University. Cross-Strait Education Research, (01), 58.

Gu, C. (2010). Study on the establishment of campus culture in normal universities. Northeast Normal University.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11065

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