Study on Reform & Development Countermeasures of Fine Arts Education in Higher Normal Colleges Under Background of Quality-Oriented Education



As the global economy develops, the comprehensive strengths of all countries are getting increasingly reinforced. The international competition is constantly intensified. The ownership of high-quality and professional talents has become one of the key elements of whether a country takes the dominant position in the international competition. At present, the educational cause in China is continually adjusted and improved with the social development. The fine arts majors in higher normal colleges are training the future teachers for fine arts education. How will such colleges meet the needs of the reform of education for all-round development? What will they do to innovate and develop traditional teaching concepts, achieve the reform of teaching strategies, and structure a professional, scientific and systematic fine arts educations system in order to cultivate the fine arts education talents with excellent professional knowledge and comprehensive teaching abilities? These are the issues under our attention.


Quality-oriented education; Higher normal colleges; Fine arts education; Reform and development

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