The Reconstruction of Class Culture: From the Perspective of the Students’ Comprehensive Development

Ye ZHU, Tao ZHAO

Abstract


“For each student’s comprehensive development” is the core concept of the new curriculum reform. Since the implement of the new curriculum reform, the reform has gone further in almost every aspect of education, such as view on students, view on teaching, view on teachers, only the class culture still remaining as a virgin area to the reformer. Undoubtedly, class is the main battlefield in which the curriculum is carried out. However, unfortunately, a lot of factors existing in class culture have constrained the students’ comprehensive development, like intellectualism, authoritarianism of teachers, the single evaluation system. The new class culture, student-centered, is dominated by both teachers and students, aiming to promote the all-round development of students. Therefore, the rebuilding of class culture is the key to prompting the students’ comprehensive development, and also provides a fundamental condition to the curriculum reform.


Keywords


Comprehensive development of students; Class culture rebuilding; Symbiosis of teacher and student

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

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