China’s Teachers Flow System in Compulsory Education From the Perspective of Human Study

Hua WANG, Deqing WANG

Abstract


The teachers flow system is an important key to the balanced development of compulsory education in China. The subjectivity of teachers as human is ignored in present flow policies which highlight excessively teachers’ groupment and clear up class feature and individuality. The teachers flow system should be constructed in the perspective of human study, satisfying teachers’ individual needs, accelerating the growth of group professionalization and realizing the improvement of teachers’ human subject.


Keywords


Teachers flow system; Human study; Class feature; Groupment; Individuality

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